Open Source AI needs to require data to be viable

Currently, the OSAID specifies four freedoms as requirements for being considered open source AI. These are likely based on the FSF’s “four freedoms.” As I understand it, the meaning of the word “freedom” is “not restricted,” and the OSD and FSF’s four freedoms essentially mean the same thing.

The OSD consists of 10 clauses because they serve as criteria for determining whether a software license is open source. For OSAID, the criteria seem to be entrusted to the checklist. Therefore, I don’t find it particularly problematic to explicitly state the four freedoms as principles first. I believe that the principle of “No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor” in OSD clause 6 is likely addressed on the checklist side.

However, it might be a good idea to add a clause suggesting that the term “freedoms” encompasses the principles of OSD clauses 5 through 10.