🧠 OpenAI fires back at NYT

PLUS: 10 ways to make money using ChatGPT

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Happy Tuesday, AI enthusiasts!


  • ⚖️ OpenAI fires back at NYT copying allegations, calls claims ‘without merit’

  • 🤖 AI tool of the day: Magnific can now make your AI images 16x more detailed

  • 🔥 5 trending AI tools

  • 💰 10 ways to make money using ChatGPT

  • ⚡️ Quick and fresh AI updates

  • 🧠 Prompt of the day: brainstorming business ideas

  • 🐦 Tweet of the day: This AI robot learned how to make coffee just by watching humans

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In the high-stakes chess game of AI ethics and legality, OpenAI's response to The New York Times' lawsuit is nothing short of a bold gambit. The Times, waving the copyright flag, sued OpenAI and Microsoft for allegedly training their AI models on the newspaper's content. OpenAI's countermove? A blog post asserting that using web data — including journalistic articles — for AI training falls under 'fair use'.

It's a legal tightrope walk, with OpenAI balancing on the thin line between innovation and infringement. Their claim? Training AI models with publicly available content like the Times' articles doesn't require a license or payment, even if these models are monetized. OpenAI's argument doesn't just defend their practice; it frames it as a cornerstone for creator fairness, innovation, and U.S. competitiveness.

A key concern is whether AI models might repeat what they've learned exactly as it is, known as 'regurgitation'. OpenAI suggests that users should be careful not to make the AI do this, implying that the Times might have tweaked their tests to get the results they needed.

How will this saga end? Under current copyright laws, OpenAI's argument seems to have slim chances of success. We're facing two conflicting truths: on one hand, these laws pose a significant hurdle for the development of a technology poised to revolutionize the world. On the other, content creators deserve their due if AI chatbots are just echoing their work word for word. One thing is certain: if OpenAI and The New York Times don't come to some kind of agreement before a verdict is delivered, the outcome will be a game-changer for AI's future.

OpenAI vs. The New York Times: What's Your Take?

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If you've ever worked with AI-generated images, you're likely aware that one of the main drawbacks is their substandard resolution. That's precisely what makes the latest update to Magnific, the tool we discussed back in December, so remarkable.

Magnific now has the ability to upscale images by an unprecedented 16 times their original size. This isn't just a minor improvement; it's a quantum leap in image processing. The detail and clarity that Magnific can now achieve were, until recently, relegated to the realm of science fiction. With this update, Magnific AI isn't just pushing the envelope, it's completely redefining the standards of digital imagery.


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✍️ Hoppy Copy

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The advent of AI has opened up new possibilities for side hustles, making it easier than ever to earn extra income. A recent post by Hasan Toor highlights ten creative ways to use ChatGPT and AI tools for monetization. These ideas range from customizing GPT models to leveraging AI for content creation, translation, website development, and more. Each suggestion provides a unique approach to harnessing the power of AI for entrepreneurial ventures, catering to a variety of skills and interests.


🧠 Brainstorming business ideas

My main skills are [skill 1], [skill 2], and [skill 3]. Based on current market trends and how these skills can work together, can you list the top 5 business ideas that would be a good fit for me? Also, please briefly explain how each of these business ideas can benefit from my strengths.

1. For each business idea, mention a potential challenge I might face.
2. Suggest a strategy or approach for each business to leverage my strengths effectively.
3. Highlight any additional skills or resources I might need to consider for each business idea.
4. Provide a brief overview of the potential competition in each of these business areas.

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