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In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, OpenAI’s Chief Technology Officer, Mira Murati, provided ambiguous responses regarding the origin of the training data for the company’s upcoming video-generating AI model, Sora.




Murati mentioned during the interview that the data utilized for training Sora comprised both publicly available and licensed datasets, without specifying the exact sources. When questioned about the potential use of social media platform data such as YouTube, Instagram, or Facebook, Murati admitted uncertainty, stating that while publicly available data might have been used if accessible, she couldn’t confirm its inclusion.




Furthermore, when asked about OpenAI’s collaboration with Shutterstock, Murati declined to delve into specifics but acknowledged the utilization of publicly available or licensed data for Sora’s training. Subsequently, she confirmed to the Journal that Shutterstock’s data was indeed incorporated into Sora’s training process.


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