Recent Lawsuit Against OpenAI
The lawsuit accuses OpenAI of using data from various sources to train, OpenAI’s ChatGPT without obtaining proper consent. The sources include social media comments, Wikipedia, and blogs. The lawsuit argues that this action violated numerous internet users’ privacy rights and copyrights. The claim suggests that OpenAI’s use of such data without explicit permission breached user privacy and copyright laws.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Data Scrapping on Twitter
Rumors circulating online suggest that Twitter’s latest change in tweet accessibility, based on account verification status, may have been partially influenced by concerns over AI-related data scraping. These speculations speculate that Twitter implemented the change to address potential issues related to the scraping of data by AI systems.
Twitter’s developer documentation states that the inclusion of rate limits was to control the number of requests directed at Twitter’s program interface. Twitter owner/ex-CEO Elon Musk recently took to Twitter to express concerns about the app experiencing extensive data pillaging. According to Musk’s tweet, the significant data extraction was causing a decline in service quality for regular users.
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