"We ignore what created us; we adore what we create." — Aleister Crowley, The Book of Lies
"You are trying to kidnap what I've rightfully stolen, and I think it quite ungentlemanly."
They put "stealing" in scare quotes, so it's probably not worth getting fired up about.
Was GPT-4 trained on data that was acquired illegally? Or was it trained on data acquired legally that OpenAI didn't have the rights to redistribute? There is a difference. In the latter case, whether it counts as "stealing" would come down to whether or not GPT-4 counts as a derivative work, or some similar legal concept.
Just because someone can convert text to numbers doesn’t mean they have a right to the numbers. That’s like trying to own the emotion a book has on someone, or the things they see in mind when they read it.
yeah this is insane thinking haha
Stolen twice is still stolen.