LeGeyt: Broadcasters Are ‘Losing Out On Compensation’ To AI

As AI becomes more of a day-to-day reality in the world of broadcasting and beyond, National Association of Broadcasters President Curtis LeGeyt testified on the technology’s role in modern journalism. LeGeyt stood before the US Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law on Wednesday to highlight the crucial role of broadcasters in delivering free, local news and entertainment.

During his testimony, LeGeyt expressed broadcasters’ concerns about the use of Artificial Intelligence without proper safeguards. He also addresses issues such as the unauthorized use of broadcasters’ copyrighted content without attribution or compensation and the potential manipulation of images and videos of trusted television and radio personalities.

SOURCE: Radio Ink

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