Consultancy firm Gartner reports that generative AI models are often trained on data that includes content from the internet. This means that many chatbots generate answers based on the work of others, even without the permission of the authors.

In response, organizations such as The New York Times launched a legal battle, claiming that chatbots violate copyright.

Gartner predicts that by 2026, the costs for companies to protect against intellectual property loss and copyright infringement will slow the adoption of generative AI.

Experts also predict that by 2028, more than 50% of companies that decided to build large language models from scratch will abandon the idea due to cost, complexity and technical issues.

To this end, Gartner recommends that data and analytics leaders balance AI goals with risk tolerances.

Source: Ferra

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