Publishers and tech companies are in talks about AI payment


Publishers and major tech companies holding talks on AI copyright issues, The Financial Times reports.  

The tech companies include OpenAI, Google, Microsoft and Adobe. Among the publishers are News Corp, Axel Springer, The New York Times and The Guardian, according to The Financial times.

The talks between individual publishers and tech companies could lead to payment of a subscription-style fee for content generated by AI text chatbots and image generators such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Google’s Bard. 

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