US Copyright Office says AI-generated works cannot be solely machine-made. Human involvement in selection or arrangement allows copyright protection. Concerns exist over infringement and impact on artists.
OpenAI introduces ChatGPT Business, a subscription tier for enterprise customers, following the success of ChatGPT's fast-growing consumer application. New privacy controls added.
Governments worldwide are seeking to regulate AI use, with Australia, UK, China, EU, France, Italy, Japan, Spain and US taking action.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates opposes calls to pause AI development, advocates for identifying tricky areas and using AI for philanthropy.
Advocacy group calls for FTC to prevent OpenAI's commercial launch of GPT-4, citing bias, lack of transparency, and risk to privacy and safety.
OpenAI's ChatGPT can now browse the web with plugins, including a code interpreter and collaborators, but web-browsing plugin comes with risks.
Microsoft revolutionizes work with Copilot, an integration of ChatGPT-style tech into Microsoft 365, providing summaries, presentations, and data analysis.
Apple lags behind competitors in AI and chatbot development, with slow progress on Siri due to clunky code and limited database. Investment needed to remain competitive.
Snapchat launches AI chatbot "My AI" powered by OpenAI's ChatGPT, initially available for Plus subscribers, with plans to make it accessible to all users.