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Seven big publishing companies filed a lawsuit against Audible saying they are breaking copyright laws. According to Gizmodo, the publishers argue their new AI-generated captions are the root of the problem. Audible advertises the new tool as a way for struggling readers to follow along with smaller chunks of text. Additionally, readers would be able to select words and bring up their definition. Publishers argue the company needs to secure appropriate permissions before captioning their audio.

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