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Financial Times Partners with OpenAI for AI Development and Content Licensing

Waleed Khaled
Waleed Khaled

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The Financial Times (FT) has announced a partnership with OpenAI, allowing the use of its content to enhance AI tools. The collaboration will enable ChatGPT to feature summaries, quotes, and links from
FT articles, ensuring all derived content is attributed to the publication.

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This agreement also facilitates the development of new AI products with FT already leveraging OpenAI's ChatGPT Enterprise and recently introducing a generative AI search function powered by Anthropic’s Claude model.

FT Group CEO John Ridding emphasized the commitment to human journalism and the importance of using reliable sources in AI platforms.

OpenAI continues to forge similar content licensing deals with other major news outlets like Axel Springer and the Associated Press, although it offers significantly lower compensation compared to companies like Apple. Meanwhile, other news organizations like The New York Times have pursued legal action against OpenAI for copyright infringement, highlighting the varied relationships within the industry.

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