Being a Class Action suit, it should prove interesting.  I don't think the
ChatGPT approach will lead to true AI as presented in Iain Banks' Culture

See Wolfram's book
I think you might like this book – "What Is ChatGPT Doing ... and Why Does
It Work?" by Stephen Wolfram.

Start reading it for free:

On Mon, Jul 10, 2023, 10:23 AM Jed Rothwell <> wrote:

> Quoting the article:
> The trio [of actors] say leaked information shows that their books were
>> used to develop the so-called large language models that underpin AI
>> chatbots.
> The plaintiffs say that summaries of their work produced by OpenAI’s
>> ChatGPT prove that it was trained on their content.
> I doubt that information was "leaked." It is common knowledge. How else
> could the ChatBot summarize their work? I doubt they can win this lawsuit.
> If I, as a human, were to read their published material and then summarize
> it, no one would accuse me of plagiarism. That would be absurd.
> If the ChatBots produced the exact same material as Silverman and then
> claimed it is original, that would be plagiarism. I do not think a ChatBot
> would do that. I do not even think it is capable of doing that. I wish it
> could do that. I have been trying to make the ChatBot to
> produce more-or-less verbatim summaries of papers, using the authors' own
> terminology. It cannot do that because of the way the data is tokenized. It
> does not store the exact words, and it is not capable of going back to read
> them. That is what I determined by testing it in various ways, and that is
> what the AI vendor and ChatBot itself told me.

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