40 votes

Should AI answers be banned?

I do not agree that AI-answers should be handled only through community or voting. I came across a number of AI generated answers, and they were very long, very detailed, and it needed considerable ...
Ulrike Fischer's user avatar
26 votes

Should AI answers be banned?

I support banning AI generated content. Up to now, I've seen two types of automatically generated answers and I don't think either of these makes the site better. Working solutions AI has come a long ...
samcarter_is_at_topanswers.xyz's user avatar
16 votes

Questions which are bug reports, revisited

One man's bug is another man's feature... I don't think whether the OP considers it to be a bug is that relevant. If the problem has been identified and fixed by the package author in an updated ...
David Carlisle's user avatar
16 votes

Should AI answers be banned?

I suggest we should add flagging/closing/banning criteria to cover the common problems of AI answers — but those criteria, at least for flagging/closing, should not depend essentially on the answer ...
Peter LeFanu Lumsdaine's user avatar
13 votes

Should AI answers be banned?

I strongly support a complete ban on AI-produced answers on TeX.SE. It may not be easy to enforce such a policy at all times. However, that's not a reason for not proclaiming such a ban. After all, ...
Mico's user avatar
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10 votes

Asking a question about a (partly) AI-generated PGFPlots graphic

(Turning my prior comment into an answer:) I personally see no problem with you posting what you achieved so far, be it with the help of an AI bot or not. At least I will be happy trying to help and I ...
Jasper Habicht's user avatar
9 votes

Job advertising?

I just signed up for freelancer.ca (see edit below for more details) and basically you can look for freelancers in specific areas to do your "projects", including LaTeX. From what I can see, some of ...
Alborz's user avatar
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8 votes
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Questions which are bug reports, revisited

In general, questions due to bugs should be treated no differently from any others. Thus provided the question is clear and reproducible it should be kept open, and (ideally) answered. For issues ...
Joseph Wright's user avatar
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5 votes

Questions which are bug reports, revisited

Thanks for posting this - it goes a long way towards addressing the concerns I raised in chat. This site is entitled to whatever customs it deems necessary to keep up the quality of the content (or, ...
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5 votes

Job advertising?

While it would be appreciated here, the proper place on stackoverflow would probably be careers.sx, although that's too expensive for only one job. TUG has a jobboard, though.
Martin Schröder's user avatar
5 votes

Should AI answers be banned?

I am an AI language model and do not have personal opinions or beliefs. It is up to the moderators of TeX stack exchange to decide if they want to ban chat GPT or not, based on their own community ...
JamesT's user avatar
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4 votes

Should AI answers be banned?

I think that an outright AI ban is the wrong way to go. A good answer is good and a bad answer is bad, regardless of if they were written by AI. Instead, I think that we'd be better off specifically ...
Max Chernoff's user avatar
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3 votes

Asking a question about a (partly) AI-generated PGFPlots graphic

I have read the question posted on main (posted after this meta question suggested it was fine) and the question indeed seems ok, reasonably focussed and answerable. However, for completeness/future ...
Marijn's user avatar
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3 votes
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Should AI answers be banned?

There has been a kind of agreement on stackexchange meta: Stack Exchange has agreed to allow the removal of content based on a single strong indicator of GPT usage, or on several weaker indicators. ...
Keks Dose's user avatar
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