1. Can Coach Get Shoppers to Buy Bags Made from Waste Scraps? This week, the company introduced Coachtopia, a line that offers apparel and accessories made primarily with waste leather sourced from India and Vietnam or partly recycled materials like cotton, resin or polyester. – Read More on the New York Times

2. AI Drake just set an impossible legal trap for Google: “Whether or not the video was generated using artificial intelligence does not impact our legal responsibility to provide a pathway for rightsholders to remove content that allegedly infringes their copyrighted expression.” – Read More on the Verge

3. Amazon Announces Anti-Counterfeiting Exchange to Help Eliminate Counterfeits Across the Retail Industry: ACX allows participating stores to share information about confirmed counterfeiters who attempted to use their services to try to sell counterfeit products. – Read More from Amazon

4. Large, creative AI models will transform lives and labor markets: The contemporary explosion of the capabilities of ai software began in the early 2010s, when a software technique called “deep learning” became popular. – Read More on the Economist

5. How Generative AI Could Disrupt Creative Work: Here are non-exclusive scenarios for this disruption of content creation: 1) people use AI to augment their work, leading to greater productivity, 2) generative AI creates a flood of cheap content that drives out human creatives, and 3) human-made creative work demands a premium. – Read More on HBR

6. Italy’s Prada to invest 60 mln euros to help boost production capacity: Prada, in common with other luxury groups, is investing to enhance its production capacity and strengthen its grip on the supply chain. – Read More on Reuters