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Sports Illustrated Publisher Fires CEO Following Scandal

via Recode on Youtube

The CEO of Sports Illustrated, Ross Levinsohn, has been terminated in the wake of an AI scandal.

Levinsohn will be replaced by Manoj Bhargava, founder of Innovations Ventures.

The company’s board aims to improve operational efficiency and revenue. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

This follows the termination of other high-ranking officials last week.

The controversy arose after an article accused Sports Illustrated of using AI-generated content without disclosure.

The company claimed the articles were product reviews and licensed content from a third party, denying the use of AI.

The recent terminations did not address the AI controversy.

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