Reuters Trends and Predictions, Artifact Closing, OpenAI’s missed “high-value partnership”, Bluesky’s 3 million users and the benefits of reverse strategy with AI experimentation: Twipe’s Weekly Digest

Welcome to the first edition of 2024 of Twipe’s weekly news digest. Today we explore our analysis of Reuters Trends and Predictions from the 2024 report, Artifact’s statement that they’ll be shutting down, OpenAI and The New York Times’ missed opportunity, Twitter’s off-shoot BlueSky reaching 3 million users and the benefits of reverse strategy with AI experimentation.

1. Reuters Trends and Predictions 2024: What You Need to Know 

2024 brings with it Reuters’ much-anticipated Trends and Predictions 2024 report. In this blog, we aim to deliver a succinct overview of the report’s most significant insights.

You can read our highlights from the report here.

2. Artifact is shutting down

“We’ve made the decision to wind down operations of the Artifact app.” One year on from the launch of promising AI based news app Artifact, the founders have announced that they are shutting it down.

Read the full story on Medium

3. OpenAI says ‘high-value partnership’ was on cards with New York Times before lawsuit

OpenAI has revealed it proposed a “high-value partnership” based around showing attribution to up-to-the-minute New York Times reporting in ChatGPT before the publisher filed a lawsuit against it, reports Press Gazette.

Read the full story on Press Gazette.

4. Twitter’s decentralized offshoot Bluesky now has 3 million users

Bluesky, a decentralized social media app alternative to X (formerly Twitter), has announced that it has now crossed 3 million users — doing so just a few months after hitting 2 million users. The platform is still invite-only, but could it be the next platform that publishers and journalists flock to?

Read the announcement from BlueSky Social

5. Just start!’ – Markus Knall on the benefits of Reverse Strategy in AI experimentation

There’s no escaping AI’s disruption of the media landscape – which is why upskilling is a pressing need for newsrooms. Ippen Digital’s Markus Knall steers newsroom heads wary of aggressive tech infiltration in the right direction.

Read the full article with WAN-IFRA

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