So check this out; the New York Times, right, they’re going after OpenAI and Microsoft, the creators of ChatGPT and other AI platforms. They’re suing them, man! They’re saying that these platforms are using their copyrighted content to build their models and responses. They’re accusing them of stealing their original content without payment and using it to substitute for The Times. And it’s not just the New York Times, man, other authors are coming forward, too, saying they’ve been misusing their work to train these AI systems. There’s a big argument here about intellectual property rights and how these AI systems affect creative industries. It’s a wild debate, and it’s not just happening in the US, it’s a global thing. Look, if we don’t figure this out, it could really change the game for content creators and the music and publishing industries, for real.