Will Microsoft be the subject of a copyright infringement court case due to Bing in 2023?
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Resolves to YES if a public court case is initiated against Microsoft on the grounds of copyright infringement from the new AI-assisted Bing.

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Resolves YES @EsbenKran

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-67826601

In the complaint, Section I part 2, on page 2 NYT alleged that

Through Microsoft’s Bing Chat (recently rebranded as “Copilot”) and OpenAI’s ChatGPT, Defendants seek to free-ride on The Times’s massive investment in its journalism by using it to build substitutive products without permission or payment

predicted YES

@EvanDaniel @MarcusAbramovitch looks like @EsbenKran is inactive. Can you resolve this question?

Bing is pretty good at avoiding copyrighted content. Translating copyrighted kind into another language and asking bing to translate them back into English didn’t work, for example.

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