Tag: OpenAI

  • OpenAI announces first partnership with a university

    OpenAI on Thursday announced its first partnership with a higher education institution. Starting in February, Arizona State University will have full access to ChatGPT Enterprise and plans to use it for coursework, tutoring, research and more. The partnership has been in the works for at least six months, when ASU chief information officer Lev Gonick…

  • With GPT Store, OpenAI is going after the attention economy

    OpenAI might be the world’s leading AI firm, but it is harnessing one of the most established business models on the internet. OpenAI is expanding beyond nifty products like ChatGPT and has announced that it is following through with its pledge to distribute AI’s benefits to all of humanity. Just kidding! Story continues below Advertisement It’s actually launched a “store” to…

  • OpenAI Bans Use of AI Tools for Campaigning, Voter Suppression

    OpenAI outlined limits on using its tools in politics during the run-up to elections in 2024, amid mounting concern that artificial-intelligence systems could mass-produce misinformation and sway voters in high-profile races. OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Dall-E are some of the most powerful AI chatbot and image-generation applications available. The growth of such tools has raised worry…

  • OpenAI Bans Use of AI Tools for Campaigning, Voter Suppression

    OpenAI outlined limits on using its tools in politics during the run-up to elections in 2024, amid mounting concern that artificial-intelligence systems could mass-produce misinformation and sway voters in high-profile races. OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Dall-E are some of the most powerful AI chatbot and image-generation applications available. The growth of such tools has raised worry…

  • OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, US House speaker Mike Johnson discuss AI risks

    OpenAI CEO Sam Altman met Republican US House of Representatives speaker Mike Johnson on Capitol Hill on Thursday and discussed the risks of artificial intelligence, the lawmaker’s office and the ChatGPT maker’s boss said.Why it is important The administration of US president Joe Biden has been pressing lawmakers for AI regulation, but a polarized US…

  • EU scrutinizes Microsoft’s investment in OpenAI

    The European Union said Tuesday it is examining Microsoft’s multibillion-dollar investment in OpenAI, the artificial intelligence (AI) company behind the popular ChatGPT tool, and whether it is subject to the bloc’s merger rules. “The European Commission is checking whether Microsoft’s investment in OpenAI might be reviewable under the EU Merger Regulation,” the EU’s executive arm…

  • OpenAI Unveils App Store for Custom Chatbots

    Over the last four years, Microsoft has invested $13 billion in OpenAI, which has also raised money from other investors. The San Francisco start-up is in talks to finalize a deal that would value it at over $80 billion. Seasoned software developers have long used ChatGPT’s underlying technology, GPT-4, to build their own applications, including…

  • OpenAI Unveils App Store for Custom Chatbots

    Over the last four years, Microsoft has invested $13 billion in OpenAI, which has also raised money from other investors. The San Francisco start-up is in talks to finalize a deal that would value it at over $80 billion. Seasoned software developers have long used ChatGPT’s underlying technology, GPT-4, to build their own applications, including…

  • OpenAI Says New York Times Lawsuit Against It Is ‘Without Merit’

    Lindsey Held, a spokeswoman for OpenAI, declined further comment. The Times was the first major American media organization to sue OpenAI and Microsoft over copyright issues related to its written works. Other groups, including novelists and computer programmers, have also filed copyright suits against A.I. companies. The suits have been spurred by the boom in…

  • Microsoft, OpenAI hit with new lawsuit by authors over AI training

    OpenAI and its financial backer Microsoft were sued on Friday in Manhattan federal court by a pair of nonfiction authors who say the companies misused their work to train the artificial-intelligence models behind the popular chatbot ChatGPT and other AI-based services. Writers Nicholas Basbanes and Nicholas Gage told the court in a proposed class action…