Apple is negotiating with news organizations to use their material in developing artificial intelligence systems, seeking multiyear deals worth at least $50 million. Other companies like OpenAI, Google, Meta, and Microsfot have already released products using this technology. Apple’s virtual assistant, Siri, has remained largely unchanged for over a decade, and the company has been hesitant to discuss its AI plans. Some publishers were not enthusiastic about Apple’s proposal, stating that the terms were too broad and could expose them to potential legal issues. While Apple’s approach may lead to a meaningful partnership, some are skeptical due to concerns over privacy and copyright issues. Print news organizations remain cautious about making deals with AI companies, as they fear losing readers and advertisers to new technology. OpenAI has stated that they respect the rights of content creators and owners and believe they should benefit from AI technology.
Apple Ventures Into A.I. Partnerships with Media Outlets
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