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Apple reportedly exploring AI deals with news publishers — and willing to pay millions

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Apple has 'a lot of anxiety' about ChatGPT and generative AI - Report
  1. Apple is engaging major news organizations to negotiate using their content for developing generative AI systems, reportedly offering multiyear deals of at least $50 million to license news archives.
  2. The tech giant has reached out to publishers like Condé Nast, NBC News, and IAC (owner of People, Daily Beast, and Better Homes and Gardens) for permissions.
  3. Apple has been actively investing in integrating generative artificial intelligence into its devices to enhance functionalities.
  4. Recent announcements of new MacBook Pro, iMac computers, and advanced chips by Apple highlight the potential for AI researchers to benefit from increased memory capacities for their creations.
SourceNY Post

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