• Large Language Models Have A Unique Voice That Technology Can Detect
    AI tools help people plagiarize content by humanizing the phrases and helping content read and sound more human, says Alon Yamin, CEO of Copyleaks, which provides AI governance and detection technology. But LLMs also have their own voice.
  • Ads Take Another Block And Tackle
    A group of ad and media trade groups have reportedly asked Apple CEO Tim Cook to halt the rollout of a new feature expected to be released in in iOS 18, which allows users to erase sections of web pages such as ads, text and content.
  • OpenAI Strikes Gold in Publishing Deals - Data Dates Back To 1857
    There is no shortage of data from publishing companies to train large language models (LLMs) for OpenAI.
  • Apple Web Eraser Will Force Brands To Know Their Customers
    An AI-privacy feature planned to launch in iOS 18 and macOS 15 is expected to allow users to browse the web and remove portions of the web page such as ads or other content they don't want to see.
  • If Google Builds A Paywall For News, AI Subscription Services
    Google is threatening to pull future investments in nonprofit news organizations across the U.S. if California passes a new bill.
  • AI Sparks Unexpected Flurry Of Search Tools
    Watching hummingbirds that had no idea how to reach their feeders after a late spring snow in Wyoming felt a little like the confusion over the steady stream of new AI-infused search tools.
  • Microsoft Recall, Johansson-Like AI Voice Overshadow Google Sandbox Concerns
    Microsoft's feature takes snapshots every few seconds of the PC's screen and stores them on the computer, allowing the owner of the PC to search for the content later.
  • Impact Of AI On Local Search As Seen In The Data
    SOCi analyzed how generative AI tools answers and serves information about local queries. The test of complex searches included follow-up questions for platforms including Google AI Overview, Google Gemini, ChatGPT, Bing Copilot, Perplexity and Meta AI.
  • Former Googler Says AI Is Driven By 'Stone-Cold Panic'
    Did AI turn search into an ask engine looking for a way to monetize advertising? "This myopia is NOT something driven by user need," Scott Jenson, former Google user interface strategist and designer, wrote in a LinkedIn post. Google is in a "stone-cold panic" that they may get left behind.
  • Netflix Builds Ad Tech - What Happens To Microsoft?
    After solely relying on Microsoft for its ad-tech platform, Netflix said this week it will build its own ad platform to give advertisers new ways to buy ad space and measure the impact of campaigns.
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