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Johansson vs OpenAI: Consent & Compensation



  May 31, 2024

Consent and Compensation: Scarlett Johansson vs OpenAI



Background:

On May 13th, Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, announced GPT-4o, a new AI model that can interact with humans using voice, camera, and text.

Key Issues:

• Voice Imitation Example: Scarlett Johansson, a well-known actress, claimed her voice was used without her permission in the AI model Sky.

• Compensation and Credit: There are no clear rules on how to pay or credit people when AI uses their voice or image without permission.

• Synthetic Media Concerns: AI can create realistic fake content, leading to ethical and legal problems if used without consent.

Discussion:

• Tech Leaders’ Views: Experts like Sam Altman stress the need for strong rules to protect individuals.

• Policy and Regulation: Governments are working to create laws that protect people from AI misuse.

• Public Reaction: Many are demanding transparency and accountability in AI-generated content.

Conclusion:

Clear rules and ethical standards are essential to protect individual rights and build trust in AI technology.



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