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Big Tech Stepping Up On AI Copyright Issues
Big tech's surprising move in AI copyright cases; negotiation training made easy with GPT4
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Here's what we're covering today:
How big tech is stepping up and covering AI copyright liabilities
Using the new GPT4 voice interactions for negotiation practice
More AI-related layoffs…
Let’s get to it! 👇
Who is Taking the Heat for AI Copyright Infringement?
In a surprising turn of events, big tech are one-by-one announcing that they will shield their customers from copyright infringement lawsuits related to their generative AI products.
Adobe is protecting Firefly users; Microsoft is protecting its coding Copilot AI users; Amazon, IBM and Cohere are protecting customers of their foundation models, and newly - Google is protecting Duet AI + more generative AI product users.
It’s clearly a calculated decision
Sure, today it may be a cost of doing business today and a requirement for gaining market share. But with big tech legal protection, it’s more likely these cases fail and in the long run, it will likely reduce the cost and risks of copyright infringement.
For all of us, this is great news
These companies’ indemnification covers both the training data and the results created from foundation models. And more importantly - instead of individual users needing to be concerned; big tech will foot the bill.
Unlock Your Negotiation Superpowers with ChatGPT4
Negotiation training can be expensive and time-consuming. But what if there was a more accessible way to master this crucial skill?
That's exactly what Wharton professor Ethan Mollick explored and demo'd by using a well-crafted prompt, GPT4 and the mobile app's newest voice features.
Check out his prompt and demo here: https://x.com/emollick/status/1713402394057310484?s=20
For your reading list 📚
The “new rules of the new economy” in AI...
One startup caught our eye; they’re fully focused on shielding large language models from malicious prompts.
The No Fakes Act aims to protect performers from unauthorized AI replicas of their faces or voices, with exceptions for news, parodies, and more. However, not everyone's on board with this new legislation.
But it's not all smooth sailing...
Stack Overflow is laying off 28% of its staff amidst the AI coding boom, and is now charging AI companies for training on its site.
LinkedIn announced 668 more job cuts, with sales and talent acquisition taking the biggest hit. A total of nearly 1,400 layoffs this year alone.
And if you’re really nerdy…
Developers are anxiously awaiting access to GPT-4 with vision in the API… more awesome AI products coming soon 🙌
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🪄 The AI Exchange Team