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Daily Dashboard | OpenAI sued for alleged data scraping; executives want human control over AI Related reading: Canadian Parliament's Bill C-27 hearing delves deeper into AIDA

  • A San Francisco-based law firm is filing a class-action lawsuit against OpenAI for alleged copyright violations, The Washington Post reports. The firm, Clarkson, alleges OpenAI's chatbot ChatGPT violated the copyrights and privacy of "countless people" when it scraped users' internet data, such as social media comments and blog posts, to train its algorithms.
  • Ninety-three percent of business executives believe humans should have oversight over artificial intelligence and machine learning systems, Forbes reports, citing a recent survey conducted by Workday. The poll of 1,000 business leaders also found only 29% were "very confident" AI could be "applied ethically in business."

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