08-22-2023 | 12:09
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More than 8,000 authors and poets, many of whose works are well-known, have asked businesses to pay them for utilizing their works as “food” for artificial intelligence.

By being taught with that writer’s literary works, artificial intelligence (AI) tools like ChatGPT and Bing were able to produce paragraphs in that writer’s style. For this reason, when their works were improperly used in AI training, more than 8,000 authors of literary works made claims for compensation.

The Authors Guild is the movement’s founder. The authors specifically signed an paper titled “The Authors Guild’s Open Letter to Generative AI Leaders”.

The petition’s text, which demands recompense from technology corporations for utilizing our writings unlawfully to train AI, reads in part: “AI tools are produced due to works of authorship. Without spending a penny, millions of publications of books, texts, sections, and poems are used as “food” for AI. It would be equitable if tech corporations rewarded authors for their work while investing billions in AI research. Without our works, AI becomes very trivial.”

Famous authors including Suzanne Collins, the author of The Hunger Games, and Margaret Atwood, the author of The Handmaid’s Tale, were among the attendees. Applications will be submitted to the CEO of OpenAI Sam Altman, Sundar Pichai of Alphabet, Mark Zuckerberg of Meta, Emad Mostaque of Stability AI, Arvind Krishna of IBM, and Satya Nadella of Microsoft.

In addition, the letter’s allegations claimed that AI was being employed both improperly and dangerously, endangering the work of writers. Due to the improper usage of literary works for AI training, artificial intelligence is currently having an impact on authors’ work by bringing inferior books and newspapers to the market based on the writing style of writers and poets.

Additionally, the writers demand that technology companies acquire authorization from the authors and provide payment for all previous, present, and future uses of literary works in AI training.

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