Microsoft, Amazon and Google among those to cut ‘responsible AI’ teams as part of broader reductions
Makers of smart speakers, including Amazon and Google, will have to offer all licensed UK radio stations access to their platforms as part of the biggest government overhaul of broadcasting rules in 20 years. The requirement will be included in the long-awaited media bill, which will be introduced in parliament on Wednesday and will regulate online streaming platforms for the first time, while updating the rules for traditional broadcasters, including the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. The draft legislation will give regulator Ofcom oversight of content available from services such as Netflix and Disney, a move the government said would “level the playing field” for UK-based broadcasters.
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