This content talks about news publishers making deals with AI companies to use copyrighted news stories to train their AI models. OpenAI is reportedly offering between $1 million and $5 million a year to license copyrighted news articles for AI training. Google and Apple are also making similar deals with media companies. While some AI models use data from the internet, others use web crawlers to gather training data. However, some companies have blocked AI crawlers from accessing their data, and there are concerns about copyright infringement.
To avoid these issues, AI companies are striking partnerships with news organizations to license stories for model training. This practice has become more common, with publishers like Axel Springer and The Associated Press signing deals with OpenAI. Additionally, Google has reportedly demonstrated an AI tool to news organizations that can generate news stories from facts. Some news organizations have also used generative AI tools in their newsrooms with varying degrees of success.
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