AI company OpenAI was hit with two new lawsuits this week, both dealing with the way developers harness online material to train technology such as ChatGPT4, which generates content.
Internet access is so "central to our lives and our economy" that it requires oversight, FCC nominee Anna Gomez told lawmakers Thursday.
"Twitter consistently and knowingly hosts and streams infringing copies of musical compositions," 17 music publishers allege in a lawsuit against the platform.
OpenAI's large language model ChatGPT might be able to write essays, diagnose some diseases, and even pass the bar exam, but the technology comes with a pretty significant drawback -- it sometimes spits out incorrect information.
Unless vetoed, the Securing Children Online through Parental Empowerment Act will require social-media platforms to allow parents to access their teens' social media accounts.
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