Pearson initiates legal proceedings against company that used its content to train language models

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Pearson initiates legal proceedings against a company that used its content to train language models
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Pearson initiates legal proceedings against a company that used its content to train language models

The company has already issued a cease-and-desist letter to an unnamed tech firm

Educational publisher Pearson has initiated legal proceedings against the use of its intellectual property (IP) for training AI models. The UK-based company says it intends to take legal action ...

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