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6 March 2024NewsArtificial IntelligenceMuireann Bolger

Microsoft attacks New York Times’ ‘doomsday’ AI suit

Tech company counters media company allegations that OpenAI and Microsoft infringed its IP in the training of its AI models | Draws comparison between the lawsuit’s  ‘empty warnings’ and fears that followed the introduction of recording technology 40 years ago.

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