News Corp in advanced negotiations' with AI companies over access to content, CEO says
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News Corporation is actively negotiating with artificial intelligence companies to determine how their content will be used in AI products. The company's CEO, Robert Thomson, stated that they prefer negotiation over litigation to finalize deals. Thomson expressed the hope that News Corp can set global precedents with digital companies to ensure the integrity of journalism. OpenAI's ChatGPT, praised by Thomson, has become popular in the AI community. Publishers are taking different approaches, with some suing for damages and others striking licensing deals.
We are hopeful that again News Corp will be able to set meaningful global precedents with digital companies that will assist journalists and journalism, and ensure that [generative AI] is not fuelled by digital dross.
News Corporation is actively negotiating with artificial intelligence companies to determine how their content will be used in AI products. The company's CEO, Robert Thomson, stated that they prefer negotiation over litigation to finalize deals. Thomson expressed the hope that News Corp can set global precedents with digital companies to ensure the integrity of journalism. OpenAI's ChatGPT, praised by Thomson, has become popular in the AI community. Publishers are taking different approaches, with some suing for damages and others striking licensing deals.
We are hopeful that again News Corp will be able to set meaningful global precedents with digital companies that will assist journalists and journalism, and ensure that [generative AI] is not fuelled by digital dross.
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