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SAG-AFTRA has announced it is prepared to go on strike if video game companies fail to present a satisfactory agreement that addresses job security concerns related to the use of artificial intelligence
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The SAG-AFTRA National Board has unanimously decided to allow its lead negotiator to initiate an immediate strike at their discretion to safeguard voice actors' job security amid growing interest in generative AI by studios. In a statement, SAG-AFTRA, which represents over 160,000 professionals including actors, broadcast journalists, news writers, recording artists, and voiceover artists, indicated that, should a strike be called, it would encompass all services covered under the Interactive Media Agreement (IMA). "All SAG-AFTRA members will cease rendering all services and performing all work covered by the IMA," the statement read. While negotiations continue regarding the Interactive Media Agreement, the union asserts that there remains a significant gap in reaching terms related to essential AI protections for video game performers



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