According to judge Araceli Martnez-Olgun, authors behind three separate lawsuits-including Sarah Silverman, Michael Chabon, and Paul Tremblay-have failed to provide evidence supporting any of their claims except for direct copyright infringement. Among copyright claims tossed by Martnez-Olgun were accusations of vicarious copyright infringement. As authors likely prepare to continue fighting OpenAI, the US Copyright Office has been fielding public input before releasing guidance that could one day help rights holders pursue legal claims and may eventually require works to be licensed from copyright owners for use as training materials.

Source: Judge rejects most ChatGPT copyright claims from book authors

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