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Generative AI Legal Explainer
Melodi Dincer, Jake Karr, Jason Schultz, Michael Weinberg
Can GenAI companies train their systems on images, text, code, or other things I’ve made without getting my permission?
Is GenAI allowed to produce outputs “in the style of” a human artist?
When I use GenAI, do I own any of the outputs?
When I use GenAI products like ChatGPT, can they collect my data?
Can I remove my personal data from GenAI training datasets?
Can I sue a GenAI company for defamation if its tool generates false information about me?
A.T. v. OpenAI
Andersen v. Stability AI
Authors Guild v. OpenAI
Battle v. Microsoft
Chabon v. Meta Platforms, Inc.
Chabon v. OpenAI
Concord Music Group v. Anthropic
Doe 1 v. GitHub
Flora v. Prisma Labs
Getty Images v. Stability AI
Huckabee v. Meta
J.L. v. Alphabet
Kadrey v. Meta
P.M. v. OpenAI
Registration of “SURYAST”
Registration of “Théâtre D’opéra Spatial”
Registration of “Zarya of the Dawn”
Sancton v. OpenAI Inc. et al.
Silverman v. OpenAI
Thaler v. Perlmutter
Thomson Reuters v. ROSS Intelligence
Tremblay v. OpenAI
Walters v. OpenAI
Young v. NeoCortext