Google to use Reddit posts for training AI models

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Google to use Reddit posts for training AI models

Reddit has inked a deal with Google, enabling the search giant to use posts from the popular online discussion platform for training its AI models.

The deal, unveiled Thursday and valued at $60 million per year, not only grants Google access to Reddit's vast repository of user-generated content but also empowers Reddit with access to Google's ...

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