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    Audible Cuts 5% of Its Staff

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    How Publishers Can Navigate the AI Revolution

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  • Apps

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  • Conferences

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    At our September 27 webinar, Artificial Intelligence: Revolution and Opportunity in Trade Publishing, panelists offered firsthand accounts of how the technology is impacting three core publishing operations: editorial, marketing, and production.

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    Book Biz Fixtures Were Bullish on AI at PW's Webinar

    Book publishing and technology experts alike took a long look at the fast-developing AI technologies causing a stir in the industry and determined that, despite concerns, they ultimately augured positive change for the book business.

  • Content / e-books

    Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing Will Limit Daily Number of New Titles

    In what Amazon says is another effort to guard against possible abuse of AI in the creation of books, KDP users will be allowed to post no more than three books daily on the self-publishing platform.

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