Technology professor Gina Neff explained the New York Times’s allegations against Microsoft and Open AI to BBC News. Neff, who serves as the executive director of the Minderoo Centre for Technology & Democracy at the University of Cambridge, set up the stakes of this lawsuit as an important litmus case for generative artificial intelligence and original journalism.

“They have to look at how these intellectual property cases play out because they cannot provide for the enormous and exciting possibilities that generative AI offers until we settle these IP issues,” said Neff.

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