OpenAI sued for libel ref ChatGPT replies


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Apr 16, 2017
ChatGPT libeled a Georgia radio host by inaccurately claiming he was accused of defrauding and embezzling money from the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), a lawsuit filed Monday in Georgia state court claims.
The host, Mark Walters, sued artificial intelligence company OpenAI in Gwinnett County Superior Court, arguing that the statements made by the company’s large language model, ChatGPT, were “false and malicious.” The chatbot also stated that Walters was the foundation’s treasurer and chief financial officer, when in reality he “has no employment or official relationship with SAF,” the lawsuit says. According to Gizmodo, this is “a first-of-its-kind libel lawsuit,”


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