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Re: GPT-4 knows Guile! :)

From: Nala Ginrut
Subject: Re: GPT-4 knows Guile! :)
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2023 09:39:52 +0800

GPT is interesting, to whom may also interested in, I've tried to use GPT
to generate friend error message for compiler.

On Mon, Mar 20, 2023, 07:27 Dr. Arne Babenhauserheide <>

> <> writes:
> > which has tried to be free (in both senses). For images, there is
> > Stable Diffusion (disclaimer:I don't know much about them). For
> > raw data, there's Common Crawl [3], which is Stable Diffusion's
> Stable diffusion has one of the most evil licenses I’ve read till now:
> using its images seems to be allowed for almost all proprietary uses,
> but illegal for free culture use. See the explicit questions about that
> here:
> A license that makes its output only usable for proprietary creations
> but not for free culture is like the polar opposite of the GPL or CC
> by-sa: making a tool that gives proprietary creations an advantage over
> Free Culture.
> Some quotes:
> > Does this mean that the CreativeML Open RAIL-M license makes output
> > from the model incompatible with copyleft Free Culture and Free
> > Software licenses, so it would for example be illegal to use any of
> > the output in Wikipedia? Is there legal uncertainty about that?
> > The first thing to say is that this license is about as far away from
> > open source as it could possibly get.
> >> "No use of the output can contravene any provision as stated in the
> License.".
> > A Japanese lawyer I know told me that, in general terms, releasing
> > output under the CC-BY could be a violation of the license if such a
> > provision exists. (* He is not familiar with this license and has not
> > reviewed it in detail)
> No answer from the developers.
> Best wishes,
> Arne
> --
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> heißt politisch sein,
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