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  • Retailing

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    Literati is launching Literati Classrooms, a new e-commerce platform aimed at preschool and elementary school teachers, which will return 15% of sales on the platform to teachers as credit to buy books for their classrooms.

  • Conferences

    Drilling Down on AI's Effects on Book Publishing

    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.

  • Conferences

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

    'Artificial Intelligence: Revolution and Opportunity in Trade Publishing,' held on September 27, found book publishing and technology experts alike taking a long look at the fast-developing AI technologies causing a stir in the industry and determining 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.

  • Copyright

    Textbook Publishers Sue Notorious 'Shadow Library' Libgen

    The suit claims that Libgen, one of the most popular pirate sites, attracts some nine million users a month in the U.S. alone, and offers 20,000 of the publisher plaintiffs' works for illegal download.

  • Copyright

    Internet Archive Files Appeal in Copyright Infringement Case

    The notice of appeal, which was expected, came right at the 30-day deadline—a month to the day after judge John G. Koeltl approved and entered a negotiated consent judgment and a permanent injunction in the closely watched copyright case.

  • Content / e-books

    Amazon Issues New AI Guidelines for Its KDP Platform

    With concerns mounting over the impact AI-generated books are having on the e-book market, Amazon will now require KDP users to inform it if AI-generated content was used in the making of a book published on the platform.

  • Apps

    Ex-PRH CEO Madeline McIntosh Dives Into AI

    The former Penguin Random House CEO joined a panel hosted by the Frankfurt Book Fair discussing artificial intelligence, asserting that AI could help combat piracy and assist with contracts, scouting, marketing, translations, and audiobook production.

  • Content / e-books

    Generative AI Technology Can Support Book Publishing

    From personal productivity to scalable applications, generative AI technology has plenty to offer publishing if used correctly.

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