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A battle between the makers of artificial intelligence chatbots and publishers of online content is brewing. Publishers say they should be compensated by companies like Microsoft, Google and OpenAI for using their material to train chatbots.

WSJ reporter Keach Hagey joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss each side of the argument.

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0:00 Why online publishers are upset
1:50 How are publishers protecting their data from AI training models?
3:23 What companies like Microsoft and Google are saying about publishers' concerns
6:00 Do publishers actually have any recourse for compensation?

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