Taylor Swift’s deepfaked images surfaced on social media, outraging everyone from fans to the White House.
The FTC aims to make sense of the various investments made by cloud providers into AI startups and how they affect the landscape of generative AI’s competitiveness.
OpenAI says it’s impossible to work with just public domain work, and the company will be doomed if it doesn’t train its models using copyrighted work.
Artists including Cy Twombly, Damien Hirst, Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama, and others have been used to train Midjourney, the AI-based image generator, raising new concerns over copyrights and privacy.
The Times joins the fight against OpenAI’s LLMs using publishers’ work without permission and publicly featurng it to its users with a fresh lawsuit.
Founder’s petition to let his AI brainstorming system be named as an inventor of a product was denied in the UK.
8 more companies including Nvidia, Adobe, and IBM join the White House’s effort toward responsible AI development.
AI company’s software predicts judge rulings by taking into account their history & biographical data.
Microsoft’s Brad Smith pushes for licensing requirements for risky AI systems.
The IRS will begin using AI to better detect tax cheating, among other things.