Highly toxic for text-to-image generators
OpenAI, Alphabet, and Meta have been called out
Why it matters: AI-based plagiarism is becoming an increasingly annoying and dangerous phenomenon, especially for genuine science research publications. Many people (and researchers) are trying to develop a practical solution against this kind of troublesome pettiness, and a new approach seems to work particularly well for a specific kind of scientific papers.
AI software "does not create anything," and plagiarism is a feature of the AI process
AI chatbots are becoming controversy magnets for one reason or another
The new side hustle is to task an AI to write a book, then go sell it on Amazon
A hot potato: In case you haven't noticed, ChatGPT and machine-learning AI, in general, have been hot topics lately, with opinions swinging positively and negatively. On one side are proponents that think generative AI systems are the best thing since sliced bread and should be used for everything from constructing "original" images to writing poetry. Opponents passionately argue that these applications tread on the rights of creatives who put days, weeks, and months of work into their respective arts.
"Humans deserve to know the truth"
More of a case of stealing AMD's homework