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YouTube CEO's warning to OpenAI over Sora training data could backfire spectacularly

The YouTube CEO warns that using YouTube videos to train OpenAI's Sora could breach platform rules. This could impact Google's AI strategy in ongoing legal battles. YouTube creators expect their content not to be used for AI training. However, Google argues that scraping data for AI training is fair use. This issue highlights the complexities of AI training data usage and potential legal ramifications.

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It's just not cool for OpenAI to think about using creators' stuff from places like YouTube without asking first.

And it’s about time YouTube said something about it. Aren’t they supposed to protect creators? Creators put a ton of effort into their content, and they trust platforms to have their backs. Also, OpenAI needs be upfront about where they get their data, and make sure they're playing fair with creators.