AI and the Data Goldmine

AI companies are getting sued for scraping data but there is a solution.

Ludo Lugnani
Ludo Lugnani

As artificial intelligence (AI) keeps getting smarter and more embedded in our lives, the legal headaches surrounding its use grow too. One hot topic is AI companies using content from social media without asking nicely first.

Here we look at:

  • Why AI companies are getting sued
  • What is the solution to these claims
  • How this impacts law firms

Reddit’s Beef

Reddit is a treasure trove for training AI models because it’s packed with data on every topic under the sun. Training these models on user posts helps them chat in more natural and varied ways, which is great for improving how AI interacts with us.

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