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Sports Illustrated latest media company damaged by AI experiment gone wrong


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AI has apparently been widely deployed in many regular news and feature services. Being an avid reader, I've recently noticed some of the unmistakable signs of machine writing. It is a concern to the extent that professional journalists subscribe to one or more ethical codes over how they do their jobs. And I have yet to read how any AI writers can acknowledge, let alone subscribe, to any of the same ethical standards. I say that journalism belongs to remain in the hands of professional journalists.

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AI is the gift that keeps on giving. Just sit back and watch folk trust it, use it and make prats of themselves. These are harsh times. We deserve a good laugh now and again.

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I've noticed this in a lot of newer song lyrics.

Wooden, with no soul, or affirmation, just "words".

Like the AI written word, aesthetically pleasing, but empty...

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