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At least $50 million, sources say Apple is buying news gathering rights to train generative AI

2024-04-13 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >


Shulou( Report-- December 23 news, according to the New York Times reported that Apple has reached an agreement with a number of major publishers, through the collection of their relevant news content, in order to train a generative AI system.

Apple's goal, the report says, is to strike multi-year deals with these major publishers and has already approached Condé Nast, NBC News and IAC.

The proposed deal is worth at least $50 million ( notes: currently about 357 million yuan), and if the agreement is reached, Apple can collect media content from the publishers for training generative AI.

According to The New York Times, some publishers are "lukewarm" about Apple's offer; others are "optimistic" about potential partnerships and happy that Apple has volunteered to use their content.

Multiple sources revealed that Apple is working overtime to catch up with competitors on generative AI products, testing the AppleGPT chatbot internally and planning to launch new AI features in iOS 18. attaches information on three publishers as follows:

Condé Nast: Condé Nast is an international journal publishing group headquartered in New York City. Among its many publications, it includes such well-known magazines as The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Temptation, Vogue, Smart, Modern Bride, etc.

NBC News: NBC News is the television news division of NBC, one of the major U.S. television networks, operated by NBC Universal News Group, a subsidiary of NBC Universal.

NBC News produces NBC Nightly News, the No. 1 rated evening news program in the United States, and Meet the Press, the longest-running television program in the United States.

IAC: IAC owns publications such as People, The Spruce, Serious Eats, Martha Stewart Living, Real Simple, Entertainment Weekly, and Better Homes & Gardens.

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