AI round-up: Week of Sept. 11th
“Microsoft has announced its Copilot Copyright Commitment in response to user concerns about potential IP infringement when using outputs from their AI-powered Copilots. This commitment assures users that they can utilize Copilot services without copyright infringement worries. If legal issues arise, Microsoft will take responsibility, defending the user and covering any adverse judgments or settlements, provided users adhere to Microsoft's guidelines and content filters.
This is huge! Most of the pushback we're getting from our corporate clients is focused on potential risk of copyright infringement. GCs cite the large number of ongoing lawsuits, arguing that the unknown outcomes pose too great a risk to their organizations. Microsoft just put its $2.45 trillion market cap behind its AI customers. That should take care of that.”
From the Shelly Palmer blog. Yep. This IS huge.
Sept. 13, from WSJ (need subscription): Musk warns senators about AI threat while Bill Gates says it could be used to target world hunger
Sept. 12, from Engadget: The next-generation Einstein AI will put a chatbot in every Salesforce application
Sept. 12, from The Verge: More companies commit to the White House AI safety accord
Sept. 8, from ARS Technica: OpenAI confirms that AI writing detectors don’t work
Sept. 6, from Reuters: U.S. Copyright Office denies protection for another AI-created image
The ‘say what, now?’ story of the week:
Sept. 12, from Business Insider: Let’s replace CEOs with AI
Sept. 12, from The Motley Fool: Google’s CEO says AI will be the biggest technological shift we see in our lifetime. So here are 5 stocks to buy now.
Sept. 7, from Tech Crunch: Artists sign open letter saying generative AI is good, actually
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