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ChatGPT users will gain access to news information from Le Monde, Prisa Media

OpenAI logo is shown in this image shot, March 11, 2024

March 13 (mod1s) - ChatGPT customers will receive access to French and Spanish news material from Le Monde and Prisa Media, Microsoft-backed (MSFT.O), opens new tab OpenAI announced on Wednesday, confirming its relationship with the media sites.

The information would also be used to train generative artificial intelligence models, it added amid increased popularity of the technology and its significance across many industries.
"Our partnership with OpenAI is a strategic move to ensure the dissemination of reliable information to AI users, safeguarding our journalistic integrity and revenue streams in the process," Le Monde CEO Louis Dreyfus stated.

Last year, global news publisher Axel Springer and the Associated Press had struck arrangements with OpenAI to study the use of generative AI in reporting.
But at the same time, news outlets are wrestling with concerns such as copyright infringement and proper pay when their material is used to train huge language models.
The New York Times (NYT.N), opens new tab had sued OpenAI and Microsoft last year, accusing them of exploiting millions of the newspaper stories without authorization.

News companies such as the Intercept, Raw Story and AlterNet had also sued OpenAI in a New York federal court last month, accusing it of exploiting their content to train the AI system underlying ChatGPT.


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