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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
25 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 ...
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15 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
11 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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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 ...
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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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