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Reuters / Anna Tong, Echo Wang and Martin Coulter / Feb 22
“Social media platform Reddit has struck a deal with Google to make its content available for training the search engine giant’s artificial intelligence models, three people familiar with the matter said. The contract with Alphabet-owned Google is worth about $60 million per year, according to one of the sources.”
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