Amazon removes books ‘generated by AI’ for sale under author’s name

Scrive Emily Bender su Scientific American (altro post di oggi)

Unfortunately, that output can seem so plausible that without a clear indication of its synthetic origins, it becomes a noxious and insidious pollutant of our information ecosystem. Not only do we risk mistaking synthetic text for reliable information, but also that noninformation reflects and amplifies the biases encoded in its training data—in this case, every kind of bigotry exhibited on the Internet. Moreover the synthetic text sounds authoritative despite its lack of citations back to real sources. The longer this synthetic text spill continues, the worse off we are, because it gets harder to find trustworthy sources and harder to trust them when we do.

Vedendo quello che sta accadendo, l’idea di assimilare la diffusione di contenuti falsi sintetici all’inquinamento dell’ambiente informativo mi pre appropriata. (bel pezzo di Emily Bender al riguardo)

Solo che chiunque può mentire, non è illegale. (Lo ha detto anche il giudice che ha rinviato a giudizio Trump per la tentata insurrezione) .

Aumenta la mia convinzione che  bisogni lavorare su reach. Free speech is not free reach… (avevo scritto questo qualche anno fa)

Source: The Guardian

Five books for sale on Amazon were removed after author Jane Friedman complained that the titles were falsely listed as being written by her. The books, which Friedman believes were written by AI, were also listed on the Amazon-owned reviews site Goodreads.

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