File Labels Sue A.I. Music Mills, Contained in the Pentagon’s Tech Improve and HatGPT


File labels — together with Sony, Common and Warner — are suing two main A.I. music era firms, accusing them of copyright infringement. Mitch Glazier, chief govt of the Recording Trade Affiliation of America, the trade group representing the music labels, talks with us concerning the argument they’re advancing. Then, we check out protection know-how and talk about why Silicon Valley appears to be altering its tune about working with the army. Chris Kirchhoff, who ran a particular Pentagon workplace in Silicon Valley, explains what he thinks is behind the shift. And eventually, we play one other spherical of HatGPT.


  • Mitch Glazier, chairman and chief govt of the Recording Trade Affiliation of America

  • Chris Kirchhoff, founding associate of the Protection Innovation Unit and writer of Unit X: How the Pentagon and Silicon Valley Are Remodeling the Way forward for Conflict

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“Onerous Fork” is hosted by Kevin Roose and Casey Newton and produced by Rachel Cohn and Whitney Jones. This episode was edited by Larissa Anderson. Engineering by Corey Schreppel and authentic music by Dan Powell, Elisheba Ittoop and Rowan Niemisto. Reality-checking by Caitlin Love.

Particular because of Paula Szuchman, Pui-Wing Tam, Nell Gallogly, Kate LoPresti and Jeffrey Miranda.