Redditors have proven that artificial intelligence can never truly replace real writers after they succeeded in getting a news site to publish an AI-written article on a fake character they invented for World of Warcraft . This is just one of many examples of individuals proving that AI cannot replicate the creativity and accuracy of human writers. Recently, Black Mirror writer Charlie Brooker also shared the results of an experiment in which he had AI write an episode of the show, and it turned out to simply be a messy mashup of synopses of other episodes the AI found on the internet. Despite the evidence, companies are still attempting to use AI to avoid having to hire and pay actual writers . While some news sites have responded to the rise of AI-generation writing tools like ChatGPT by instituting policies prohibiting their writers from submitting AI-generated content, others have tried to capitalize on the usage of AI. According to The Guardian , a recent study from Newsguard found almost 50 news sites on the internet that published almost solely AI-generated content. Meanwhile, other sites are trying to bolster production by using a mixture of human writers and AI-generated content. Of course, AI-generated articles are notorious for being filled with factual errors, bizarre wording, and spreading misinformation. To prove just how unreliable AI-generated news writing is, Reddit users hatched a brilliant plan that played out just as they expected it would. Glorbo proves AI can't be trusted to write news articles Last month, Redditor kaefer_kriegerin posted to the World of Warcraft subreddit about their excitement for the introduction of a new character to the franchise—Glorbo. Closer inspection of the post will show its true purpose, as the Redditor mentions wanting “some major bot operated news website to publish an article about this.” Glorbo isn't real, and he isn't coming to World of Warcraft anytime soon. He is a fake character kaefer_kriegerin created to see if they could trick a website using AI into writing an article about Glorbo. Fellow Redditors quickly came to aid the cause and began commenting about […]
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