Content-type: text/html ~ Stephen's Web ~ Flood of AI-Generated Submissions ‘Final Straw’ for Small 22-Year-Old Publisher

Stephen Downes

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There are two stories here, the main story, and the story I think is written between the lines. The main story is that the small publisher is shutting down because the deluge of AI-generated content submitted is too much to wade through. Also, the content is poorly written: "It is soulless. There is no personality to it. There is no voice. Read a bunch of dialogue in an AI generated story and all the dialogue reads the same." Between the lines, though, is the likelihood that it's taking more and more time to distinguish between the AI-written and human-written content. And then what? How does a publisher decide what's worth publishing? Via Paul R. Pival.

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