AI kills Chegg -- the homework cheating company

For $15.95/month a student can post their homework assignment on Chegg’s site and have a Kenyan scholar “help” them compete it.

Apparently ChatGPT is now displacing this business, shares down 50%.



Using AI to do your homework is plagiarism.

Can I legally use AI-generated art?

US law states that intellectual property can be copyrighted only if it was the product of human creativity, and the USCO only acknowledges work authored by humans at present. Machines and generative AI algorithms, therefore, cannot be authors, and their outputs are not copyrightable.Mar 16, 2023

Is there a lawsuit against AI art?

Stability AI, DeviantArt and Midjourney are also involved in a lawsuit that alleges that the companies’ use of AI violates the rights of millions of artists. “These images were all taken without consent, without compensation.Apr 3, 2023

Then there is the work for hire stunt.

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