Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Tech News

OpenAI strikes licensing deal with the magazine giant behind People

An illustration of a glitchy pencil writing on paper.
Image: Hugo Herrera / The Verge

Dotdash Meredith, publisher of People, Better Homes & Gardens, Investopedia, Food & Wine, and InStyle, signed a deal on Tuesday with OpenAI to use AI models for its ad-targeting product, D/Cipher. In turn, Dotdash Meredith will license its content to ChatGPT.

With the partnership, OpenAI will bring content from Dotdash Meredith publications to ChatGPT, link to the articles in the chatbot, and train AI models with its articles. (Presumably, this also includes an archive of all the previous sexiest men alive.)

Dotdash Meredith and the AI company will also collaborate on new AI features for the magazine’s readers.

Dotdash Meredith will use OpenAI’s models to upgrade D/Cipher, which helps advertisers find consumers through the content…

Continue reading…

You May Also Like

Editor's Pick

Romina Boccia and Dominik Lett If you are congressional staff and you haven’t registered yet: Tomorrow, May 3, from noon to 1:15 P.M. EST, I will...

Tech News

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Robinhood’s cryptocurrency division could soon be in trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In an 8-K...

Tech News

Illustration by Aaron Fernandez for The Verge We found all sorts of gadgets and goodies to celebrate the class of 2024, from the practical...

Editor's Pick

On this video from StockCharts TV, Julius assesses the quality of the breakout in the S&P 500, using sector rotation on Relative Rotation Graphs,...