CNET's Money Section Is Filled With Articles Written Entirely By An AI

2023 is the year that AI really comes for creative human jobs like writing and drawing, or so claim the tech evangelists, but popular consumer tech website CNET has already pushed over six dozen AI-written articles covering finance without even announcing the shift. In 2022, AI-based image generation models exploded in popularity, but it was OpenAI that really sparked the chatter with ChatGPT, a conversational chatbot that is a little too good at writing. From academic essays and romantic tales, to code and rap songs, ChatGPT will do it all. Some have even used it to write a children’s book.



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