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Why The New York Times is Suing OpenAI and Microsoft

John Belden

John Belden

Chief of Strategy & Research

Kylie Chisholm

Kylie Chisholm

Content Marketing Manager


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Welcome to “Sourcing Enterprise AI,” the podcast where we unravel the intricacies of AI sourcing and explore the latest news in Artificial Intelligence and its potential impact on the market.

In this week’s episode, co-hosts John Belden and Kylie Chisholm are discussing the recent lawsuit The New York Times brought against OpenAI and Microsoft. John lays out the circumstances that led to the lawsuit, what The Times is claiming in their legal documents, and how this lawsuit differs from the other legal issues we have seen in the Generative AI industry.

Read the full lawsuit here – ⁠

Read OpenAI’s response here –

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