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Reshaping the Future: Why Gen AI’s Creative Power Calls for Strategic Oversight
With the widespread emergence of OpenAI’s large language model-based ChatGPT platform in late 2022, a considerable amount of public attention and private capital have been showered on generative artificial intelligence over the past year. The technology has spawned no end of human speculation about AI’s potential, including around the provenance of its various verbal and visual outputs.
By now, exchanges with AI-powered language models have become common on social media, and it is easy enough to “ask” AI and get a plausible-sounding answer about anything, even AI.
PYMNTS: Do you think that you or I have IP rights to the content that you help me to generate?
ChatGPT: As an AI developed by OpenAI, I don’t hold any intellectual property rights to the content I generate. However, it’s important to note that intellectual property laws can vary significantly by jurisdiction… it’s advisable to consult with a legal expert familiar with intellectual property law.