Generative AI tools: An agent of bias?
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AI systems using creative works as training data will cause tension until rights holders are fairly compensated, but the road to resolution is a rocky one, says Andrew Wilson-Bushell of Simkins.
“Write me a short mystery story in the style of Margaret Atwood, about a machine stealing creativity”.
A fairly innocuous prompt, with big ramifications.
When plugged into ChatGPT (I used version 3.5) the results were surprisingly emotive.
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