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The online retailer Shein has allegedly used a “secretive algorithm” to identify trending art and steal the designs from the artists who made them to reproduce on its fast-fashion clothing.
Corporate America isn’t the only circle where pay inequities and wage gaps are rampant. In fact, these discrepancies exist across virtually all professions and endeavors—including the arts. Particularly, there are huge gaps between men and women.
Two U.S. authors sued OpenAI in San Francisco federal court on Wednesday, claiming in a proposed class action that the company misused their works to "train" its popular generative artificial-intelligence system ChatGPT.
Millions of social media users face harmful harassment, intimidation, and threats to their free expression online but encounter a “deeply flawed” reporting system that fails at every level to safeguard them and hold abusers to account, according to a new report by global nonprofits PEN America and Meedan.
The “Sing With Us” study is part of a growing body of research that points to the physical and mental health benefits of singing with others. Sing With Us linked singing in the choir to reduced stress hormones and increased cytokines, proteins that can boost the body’s ability to fight serious illness.
The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance released the report for its 2022-2023 noting an increase in ticket revenue and noting a return of 80% of pre-COVID audiences.