AI on Trial: How would ChatGPT defend NYTimes lawsuit

The blog post covers the lawsuit by The New York Times (NYT) against OpenAI and Microsoft for allegedly using its content in AI training. The defense argues that AI models learn patterns, not copy directly. However, NYT lawyers argue this still infringes on copyright. The post delves into the involvement of famous authors, the scrutiny of open source and proprietary models, and whether the issue is about the data used or the closed source code. The discussion highlights the evolving intersection of AI, copyright, and author rights.