OpenAI Collaborates with News Corp to Transform User Experience with ChatGPT






OpenAI and News Corp Agreement: Artificial Intelligence Challenges

A unique partnership has been established between OpenAI and the media group News Corp, led by the Murdoch family. This collaboration will allow the artificial intelligence start-up, creator of ChatGPT, to access the contents of several titles, including the renowned Wall Street Journal, despite the accusations of copyright infringement against it.

In addition to the Wall Street Journal, other American titles from the News Corp group covered by this agreement include the conservative New York Post, the tabloid The Sun, as well as the British newspapers The Times and The Sunday Times, and The Australian.

This partnership, scheduled for several years, grants OpenAI and ChatGPT the right to use News Corp’s content to address user queries and enhance their products. According to information from the Wall Street Journal, the value of the agreement would amount to over 250 million dollars over five years, demonstrating the importance given to quality journalism by the involved parties.

Copyright Infringement Accusations

For several months now, OpenAI and other generative artificial intelligence players have been facing accusations of copyright infringement. In December 2023, the New York Times filed a lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft for these reasons. Furthermore, eight American newspapers filed complaints in late April for similar reasons.

In response to these accusations, OpenAI has started entering into content licensing agreements with various media outlets, including Le Monde, the AP press agency, the German group Axel Springer, and the Spanish conglomerate Prisa Media. These agreements aim to enrich the company’s models while respecting copyright laws.

This collaboration with News Corp comes amid controversy, following actress Scarlett Johansson’s allegations that OpenAI had replicated her voice without consent for a voice assistant. In response, OpenAI’s CEO, Sam Altman, issued an apology and halted the use of this voice, named « Sky ».

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