Bloomberg: Dall-E 3 Is So Good It’s Stoking an Artist Revolt Against AI Scraping 

November 3, 2023

Asking people to give them copies of their work so that OpenAI can avoid training on it in the future is “ridiculous,” said Calli Schroeder, senior counsel for the Electronic Privacy Information Center, or EPIC. She also doesn’t think artists will trust the company to keep its word. “Since they’re the ones benefiting from all this information, the burden should be on them to make sure that they actually legally and ethically can use that data for their training sets,” Schroeder said. 

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