FTC chair: AI models could violate antitrust laws


Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Chair Lina Khan said Wednesday that companies that train their artificial intelligence (AI) models on data from news websites, artists’ creations or people’s personal information could be in violation of antitrust laws.

At The Wall Street Journal’s “Future of Everything Festival,” Khan said the FTC is examining ways in which major companies’ data scraping could hinder competition or potentially violate people’s privacy rights.

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