Incident 457: Article-Writing AI by CNET Allegedly Committed Plagiarism
CNET will pause publication of stories generated using artificial intelligence “for now,” the site’s leadership told employees on a staff call Friday.
The call, which lasted under an hour, was held a week after CNET came under fire for its …
CNET told staff it would halt the publication of articles generated via artificial intelligence, in a Friday call, according to a report from The Verge. Or, at least, the company said it would pause the AI-article practice “for now,” as it …
This morning, _CNET _editor-in-chief Connie Guglielmo broke the site's lengthy silence on its decision to publish dozens of AI-generated articles about personal finance topics on its site.
It appears to be the first time that anyone in the…
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Over the past two weeks, CNET has become the poster child of artificial intelligence (AI) gone wrong.
First, the website was caught publishing articles produced by an AI under the byline “CNET Money Staff” in an article written by Frank Lan…
After getting caught using an algorithm to write dozens of articles, the tech publication CNET has apologized (sorta) but wants everybody to know that it definitely has no intention of calling it quits on AI journalism.
Yes, roughly two wee…
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