Bên trong cuộc đàm phán khó khăn của ngành tin tức với OpenAI

một số nhà xuất bản lớn đàm phán để cấp phép nội dung cho công ty tạo ra ChatGPT, nhưng chưa đạt được thỏa thuận về giá cả và điều khoản

The curtain (bức màn che) on those negotiations was pulled back this week when The New York Times sued OpenAI and Microsoft for copyright infringement (vi phạm quyền sở hữu trí tuệ), alleging that the companies used its content without permission (sử dụng nội dung mà không được cho phép) to build artificial intelligence products.

The Times said that before suing, it had been talking with the companies for months about a deal. And it was not alone. Other news organizations — including Gannett, the largest U.S. newspaper company; News Corp, the owner of The Wall Street Journal; and IAC, the digital colossus behind The Daily Beast and the magazine publisher (nhà xuất bản tạp chí) Dotdash Meredith — have been in talks with OpenAI, said three people familiar with the negotiations, who requested anonymity to discuss the confidential talks.

Companies like OpenAI and Microsoft have sought licensing deals with news organizations to train A.I. systems that can produce humanlike prose (tạo ra văn xuôi giống con người). Those systems in turn power applications like chatbots, from which the companies can gain revenue.

Despite the tension between the news industry and OpenAI, some publishing executives struck a measured note on the potential upsides of A.I. Jim Friedlich, the chief executive of the Lenfest Institute for Journalism, the nonprofit owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer, said news organizations and artificial intelligence firms were “increasingly co-dependent (ngày càng phụ thuộc),” since users wanted A.I. technology with reliable information (thông tin đáng tin cậy).

source: nytimes,

Post a Comment

Tin liên quan

    Tài chính

    Trung Quốc