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raduqq t1_jcslcbz wrote

I thought their ToS doesn't allow you to train another model on the output of their ChatGPT or GPT-4 or other models.


FaceDeer t1_jcsot55 wrote

All these weird restrictions and regulations seem pretty squirrelly to me.

Maybe this could be "laundered" by doing two separate projects. Have one project gather the 2 million question/response interactions into a big archive, which is then released publicly. Then some other project comes along and uses it for training, without directly interacting with ChatGPT itself.

I'm sure this won't really stop a lawsuit, but the more complicated it can be made for OpenAI to pursue it the less likely they are to go ahead.


asraniel t1_jcsr22m wrote

wo how does that work? soon a good chunk of the internet will be text written by gpt (including wikipedia). does that mean going forward you cant legally use the internet as a datasource to train a llm?