The OSI License Review Working Group was formed to improve the license review process. Read more about it!
OpenSource.net launched as a new home for Open Source writers and editors formerly contributing to opensource.com.
The Open Source Definition isn’t directly applicable to AI systems, so global experts will gather to establish shared principles to protect the values of Open Source during this period of hyper growth in AI technology.
The Open Source community needs a resource to confidently and easily identify licenses that have gained OSI approval, and now they have it. This Approval Registry offers a comprehensive and authoritative listing of all licenses so organizations know that the license they choose for their project allows their software to be freely used, modified, shared…
The global conversation on what constitutes “Open Source AI” continues, hosted by the Open Source Initiative.
Stakeholders gathered at FOSSY 2023 for the first community discussion on defining “open” AI.
Meta is lowering barriers for access to powerful AI systems, but unfortunately, Meta has created the misunderstanding that LLaMa 2 is “open source” – it is not.
The Open Source Initiative kicked off a multi-stakeholder process to define machine learning systems that can be characterized as “Open Source.” This is the recap of the first meeting.
A post is taken from a speech given remotely at LLW 2023 by OSI Executive director Stefano Maffulli.
Powerful Artificial Intelligence technology is pressing more questions on Open Source and society every day. AI is contributing to important breakthroughs and we’re only beginning to see the potential for innovation it can bring to fields such as climate, health, agriculture and mobility (to name just a few).
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