Financial Times grants ChatGPT access to its texts

The chatbot ChatGPT will also be trained with articles from the Financial Times in future. The development company OpenAI has concluded a license agreement with the British business newspaper for this purpose.


ChatGPT is also intended to answer questions from users with information from articles in the Financial Times including links to the website, as OpenAI announced on Monday.

In recent months, the German Axel Springer Group and the French newspaper Le Monde agreements concluded with OpenAI. The New York Times on the other hand, went to court in December with the accusation that ChatGPT had been taught articles from the newspaper without permission.

ChatGPT triggered the hype surrounding artificial intelligence over a year ago. Such AI chatbots are trained with huge amounts of information and can formulate texts at the linguistic level of a human, write software code and summarize information. The principle behind this is that they estimate word for word how a sentence should continue. (SDA)

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