OpenAI CEO Sam Altman Plans Japan Expansion After Meeting Prime Minister Kishida – Bloomberg

In quella che tecnicamente, secondo la Treccani, si potrebbe definire una “paraculata”, il governo Giapponese si orienta a dire che per proteggere i detentori del copyright rispetto allo sfruttamento dei loro testi nel training di modelli, serve una norma chiarificatrice. “non è chiaro, serve un norma”…

Cosi’ facendo intanto prende tempo (arbitrariamente lungo) che avvantaggia i produttori di LLM a scapito dei detentori di Copyright.

Source: Technomancers (ho verificato il blog del parlamentare giapponese, corrisponde)

In a surprising move, Japan’s government recently reaffirmed that it will not enforce copyrights on data used in AI training. The policy allows AI to use any data “regardless of whether it is for non-profit or commercial purposes, whether it is an act other than reproduction, or whether it is content obtained from illegal sites or otherwise.” Keiko Nagaoka, Japanese Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, confirmed the bold stance to local meeting, saying that Japan’s laws won’t protect copyrighted materials used in AI datasets.

Continua qui: Japan Goes All In: Copyright Doesn’t Apply To AI Training


Guarda che caso.  Giusto un mese e mezzo fa (il 10 aprile) OpenAI diceva che potrebbe andare a stabilirsi in Giappone…

Beh, quello che doveva fare il governo giapponese e’ stato fatto. Adesso tocca ad OpenAI stabilirsi la’…

Source: Bloomberg

Sam Altman, co-founder and chief executive officer of OpenAI, said the organization is looking at opening a Japan office and expanding Japanese language services after meeting with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

“We hope to spend much more time and engage with the wonderful talent and build something great for the Japanese people,” Altman told reporters in Tokyo Monday. “It really is amazing to see the adoption of this technology in Japan.”

Continua qui: OpenAI CEO Sam Altman Plans Japan Expansion After Meeting Prime Minister Kishida – Bloomberg

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