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Game of Thrones fan who wrote the last two remaining books using AI withdraws after George R.R. Martin’s lawsuit




One of the most well-known authors of the present day is George R. R. Martin. Because he mixes elements from the real world with fantasy, his writings have a unique taste. Martin’s characters are distinctive, have a dark undertone, and some have extraordinary skills. He felt really insulted when a fan tried to recreate his work using AI, and filed a lawsuit against him.

The AI version of the last two Game of Thrones books has been taken down

With anticipation building for the sixth book, The Winds of Winter, which has been in the works for more than ten years, a fan called Liam Swayne used artificial intelligence to complete the remaining Game of Thrones volumes while mimicking George R.R. Martin’s writing style. The fan swiftly took down the project after the lawsuit’s exposure, demonstrating that they had no malice in their heart.

George R.R. Martin

What was the lawsuit?

Best-selling authors, including George R.R. Martin, John Grisham, and Elin Hilderbrand, recently sued OpenAI, the organization behind ChatGPT, claiming that it had violated their copyrights by incorporating their works into its “large language models” and had engaged in “systematic theft on a large scale.”

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The lawsuit states, “When prompted, ChatGPT accurately generated summaries of several of the Martin infringed works, including summaries for Martin’s novels ‘A Game of Thrones,’ ‘A Clash of Kings,’ and ‘A Storm of Swords,’ the first three books in the series A Song of Ice and Fire. ChatGPT could not have generated the results described above if OpenAI’s LLMs had not ingested and been ‘trained’ on the Martin infringed works.”

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