Boosting science research and publishing, says the Publishers Association’s Dan Conway, the UK’s Horizon/Copernicus move is good news.
The Elsevier Scopus research database has released ‘Scopus AI’ for scholarly writers to explore, promising speed and responsibility.
Entrepreneur Nadim Sadek and publisher Evan Schnittman on the gleam of AI-driven consumer outreach behind a start-up called Shimmr.ai.
As the European Parliament works through its ‘AI Act’ legislation, Italy’s publishers back the country’s industrial sector’s position.
At Readmagine, Gutenberg University’s Christoph Bläsi examined several issues driving the artificial intelligence debate in publishing.
In considering international publishing’s megatrends, Richard Charkin consults the digital oracle—ChatGPT—and then sets it straight.
Targeted instances of potential ‘artificial intelligence’ usage include ’emotion recognition systems’ and ‘predictive policing systems.’
Storytel invests in ElevenLabs, looking to offer automated audiobook readings and ‘voice switching’ for users between preferred voices.
One of the world’s largest, most diverse subscription services, Scribd updates its terms of service amid the interest in AI.
Maria A. Pallante’s outline of AI’s considerations for publishing was the highlight of AAP’s 2023 annual meeting, streamed from Washington.