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The New York Times has sued OpenAI and Microsoft for copyright infringement.

The lawsuit alleges that millions of articles from The New York Times were used to train chatbots created by OpenAI and Microsoft, including ChatGPT, which now competes with the newspaper as a source of information.

FIRST MEDIA ORGANIZATION TO SUE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE COMPANIES

The Times has become the first major American media organization to sue the creators of ChatGPT and other popular artificial intelligence platforms over copyright issues related to its written works.

The lawsuit, filed in Federal District Court in Manhattan, alleges that millions of articles published by The Times were used to train automated chatbots that now compete with the news organization as a reliable source of information.

The lawsuit does not specify a precise monetary demand, but seeks "billions of dollars in statutory and actual damages" and the destruction of chatbot models and training data using The Times' copyrighted material. 

ACCUSES OF USING ITS CONTENT WITHOUT PAYMENT

The Times is suing AI developers, accusing them of using its content without payment to create substitutes for the newspaper, potentially misleading audiences and revenue.

The lawsuit also highlights the potential damage to The Times' brand caused by AI-generated misinformation and emphasizes the importance of protecting independent journalism.