As generative AI becomes more mainstream, legal issues are arising with companies facing lawsuits for copyright infringement due to AI replicating licensed content without giving credit, raising questions and potential risks for the industry
As generative AI becomes more mainstream, legal issues are arising with companies being sued for copyright infringement for allowing their AI systems to replicate licensed content without giving credit. Companies like Microsoft, GitHub, OpenAI, Midjourney, and Stability AI are currently facing lawsuits, with the main issue being the tendency of AI to replicate images, text, and other copyrighted content from the data used to train it. With the generative AI industry raising $1.3 billion in venture funding, legal questions are starting to affect business and many legal experts are warning that companies could be at risk if they unknowingly incorporate copyrighted content into their products.
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