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NUJ submission to the House of Lords Communications and Digital committee Future of News inquiry

Union views on the role of artificial intelligence, impartiality and trust in news and necessary changes to the Media Bill are among themes discussed in our evidence.

21 Feb 2024
Exploring the NUJ code of conduct 

Protection of sources, accuracy and artificial intelligence were focal points in the NUJ Ethics council webinar.  

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08 Feb 2024
AI developers must not violate copyright law or use works without permission

NUJ welcomes House of Lords report urging action to ensure the protection of rightsholders.

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NUJ photographers’ council condemns lack of transparency with Gen-AI images 

Images of the Israel-Hamas war generated using artificial intelligence without clear labelling risk the erosion of public confidence in photography.

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09 Nov 2023
NUJ signs open letter to Rishi Sunak ahead of AI Summit

Union joins groups warning “communities and workers most affected by AI have been marginalised by the Summit.”

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30 Oct 2023
NUJ briefing on Artificial Intelligence (October 2023)

The NUJ’s AI campaign calls for urgent regulatory oversight promoting ethical approaches that centres the work of journalists.

16 Oct 2023
“Human intelligence must dictate AI at work” says Séamus Dooley, NUJ assistant general secretary

Labour history conference to hear call for ILO Convention on digital transformation.

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15 Sep 2023
Unions must be alert and ready to act over artificial intelligence

Séamus Dooley, NUJ assistant general secretary writes for the Morning Star on threats posed by artificial intelligence and action unions must take.

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12 Sep 2023
NUJ backs MPs’ recommendations on protection of copyright for creatives from AI developers

The Culture, Media and Sport Committee report advises the government against allowing text and data mining to contravene copyright laws.

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