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Will websites like English Stack Exchange and its ilk become obsolete due to ChatGPT?

I have asked ChatGPT3.5 numerous questions about English grammar, and several of the responses were seriously flawed in various ways. For example: I asked ChatGPT3.5 to translate a Wikipedia text ...
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Recognizing generic ChatGPT posts

ColleenV has commented usefully: Isn't it obvious? It's vague, overly verbose and too formal for the context. It reads like a grade school essay instead of an answer by someone who has actual ...
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Recognizing generic ChatGPT posts

Background: I have more than 1,200 helpful flags on Stack Overflow specifically around GPT/AI/LLM answers (12 declines, and a handful more that were marked "Helpful" but not acted on). ...
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Will websites like English Stack Exchange and its ilk become obsolete due to ChatGPT?

Unlikely As for the current iteration of ChatGPT (based on GPT-3.5), it's simply not reliable for even the most basic of tasks. For example, it did not tell me about the second spelling of "...
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Recognizing generic ChatGPT posts

If you run this answer through Zero GPT, it will claim that the text is from ChatGPT/AI. These tools are not foolproof, but it doesn't matter, because the answer shows no research and is generally low ...
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Will websites like English Stack Exchange and its ilk become obsolete due to ChatGPT?

AI now is a tool scraping human-made content from the internet, and it should take a very long time for it to bring new ideas like a human can. ChatGPT output isn't reliable, but it is fast improving. ...
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Will websites like English Stack Exchange and its ilk become obsolete due to ChatGPT?

There're questions of 'can', 'will' and 'should'. But first, what is it we're talking about? ChatGPT, and LLMs in general, generate likely responses based on statistical properties of its training ...
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Announcement: AI generated answers are officially banned here

Good luck enforcing it. The problem isn't attribution however. The AI is trained on patterns. As soon as someone creates their own model, the only way you can tell it might have been generated from AI ...
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Announcement: AI generated answers are officially banned here

Your first dot-point together with comments below the question suggest that AI-generated material is not permitted on EL&U (main) even as attributed sources. If we find something on the internet ...
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Announcement: AI generated answers are officially banned here

Stack Exchange changes their mind: “Do not ban AI answers” 31 May 2023 Judging by the most recent policy diktat announced by Stack Exchange, AI generated answers are no longer to be unilaterally ...
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Announcement: AI generated answers are officially banned here

Is it ethical for an answer that is clearly attributed to AI source, but which also includes original content be deleted? Can we not trust community members to know how to cast their votes? One such ...
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