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OpenAI won’t say how many artists have opted out of training AI.

Bloomberg’s report on how artists are finding ways to fight back against AI scraping highlights how the process of excluding their content from OpenAI’s training datasets “feels like a charade” that would take months to even attempt.
The system asks that artists upload images they’d like excluded from future training to OpenAI, along with a description of each piece.

OpenAI says it’s collecting feedback to improve the experience amid the rise of new tools like Glaze and Nightshade, which are designed to disrupt AI image generators.