Will Google stay out of European websites?
It is important to note that Google Translate is a service of Google. That the company uses its own services to train algorithms does not seem to be a privacy issue to us. However, with the clarification, in apparently only U.S. policy, the tech giant is appropriating the entire Internet. It is no longer required to provide information directly to the Google service. Google will find the information itself and scrape it from a public website accessible through its search engine.
That fact has disappointed artists and creatives in the past, as AI tools use copyrighted work to create content very similar to the original.
The problems with chatbots appear to lie even deeper. Last week, for example, OpenAI took its “Browse with Bing” plugin offline because it was causing problems with content behind a paywall. The plugin made it possible to fully view news articles put behind a paywall by a publisher. “We have learned that the ChatGPT Browse beta can occasionally display content in ways we don’t want. For example, if a user specifically asks for a URL’s full text, it might inadvertently fulfill this request,” OpenAI’s help page explained.
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