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AI, AI… Oi!
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AI, AI… Oi!

This headline – meant to be sung to the tune of “Old McDonald Had a Farm” – is inspired by publishers’ growing, and totally valid, angst around chatbots’ implications for the business, says US columnist Karlene Lukovitz.

By Karlene Lukovitz  |  28/06/2023

The next generation of AI?
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The next generation of AI?

Artificial intelligence is not new – publishers have been doing innovative things with it for years. But, writes Charlie Beckett, generative AI does represent a step change...

By Charlie Beckett  |  28/06/2023

Robot vs Human
Dickon Ross’s publishing world

Robot vs Human

Will columnists be replaced by ChatGPT et al? Ultimately, that will be decided by who writes better. Dickon Ross has submitted two versions of his column, one by ChatGPT, one by himself. Compare & contrast…

By Dickon Ross  |  28/06/2023

Digital Content Next issues AI principles
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Digital Content Next issues AI principles

Digital Content Next, a US-based trade body, has issued seven principles for the development and governance of generative AI.

08/06/2023

AI: what is it good for?
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AI: what is it good for?

James Evelegh looks at the impact AI is likely to have on the publishing sector.

By James Evelegh  |  08/06/2023

The Post announces its next steps in AI innovation
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The Post announces its next steps in AI innovation

In an announcement from the publisher and CEO Fred Ryan, The Washington Post has outlined its next steps in AI innovation.

01/06/2023

AI: knowing its limitations
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AI: knowing its limitations

AI looks set to play a big role in all our futures, but there are some things it can’t do…

By James Evelegh  |  04/05/2023

IPA Council split after deepfake debate
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IPA Council split after deepfake debate

The IPA Council is split after a deepfake debate on the threat of AI to adland.

13/04/2023

Atex powers Matik with generative AI
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Atex powers Matik with generative AI

Atex Global Media has announced the release of generative AI capabilities in its image editor, Matik.

28/03/2023

Cambridge launches AI research ethics policy
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Cambridge launches AI research ethics policy

Cambridge says new guidelines will help researchers use generative AI tools like ChatGPT while upholding academic standards around transparency, plagiarism, accuracy and originality.

14/03/2023

GumGum announces SAP as new EMEA client
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GumGum announces SAP as new EMEA client

GumGum have announced that SAP has increased brand awareness using GumGum’s ad formats and Verity, GumGum’s contextual targeting solution.

07/09/2022

GumGum and JW Player announce partnership
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GumGum and JW Player announce partnership

Their partnership aims to integrate viewability and contextual capabilities to offer clients the opportunity to enhance scale, reach and campaign performance.

21/07/2022

Reach launches AI powered tool
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Reach launches AI powered tool

Reach has announced the launch of Neptune Recommender, an AI tool that serves users content more relevant to their interests to increase engagement.

19/07/2022

Closing the AI gap: how small news publishers can benefit
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Closing the AI gap: how small news publishers can benefit

Many small publishers keep putting AI on the back burner because they are either too busy with the day-to-day or see it as being beyond their capabilities. As a result, they risk missing out...

By Charlie Beckett  |  28/06/2022

Collaboration Culture
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Collaboration Culture

Some industries are making great strides in how they use AI, but what about publishing? Many news organisations will struggle to reap the potential benefits, unless they learn to work together.

By Charlie Beckett  |  18/06/2021

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