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Stephen Downes

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Because this: "When I make a query of Llama, I'm not asking for a copy of Sarah Silverman's book – I'm not even asking for an excerpt." Background: "The authors sued Meta and Microsoft-backed OpenAI in July. They argued that the companies infringed their copyrights by using their books to train AI language models, and separately said that the models' output also violates their copyrights. Chhabria criticized the second claim on Thursday, casting doubt on the idea that the text generated by Llama copies or resembles their works." The claims that AI is a copyright infringement is not, in my view, going to stand scrutiny.

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