- How iHeart’s public and private goals for artificial intelligence differ.
- Its effect on future iHeart layoffs detailed.
- iHeart promising to expand AI even before it gets started – what’s behind that move.
- The reasons competitors will not breathe easier when they see what iHeart AI is up to.
- BUT, employees will have a different set of AI rules than iHeart corporate.
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