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Policy on ChatGPT generated posts

My suggestion is to follow the example of SO and ban chatGPT for the time being. Apart from the reasons listed above (especially the risk of quality decline and that we have and enforce a clear policy ...
Stephie's user avatar
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Do we wish to be part of the 1-rep-voting test?

No. Reason: This SE already gets a lot of observable up/down voting that is unrelated to the actual quality of an answer (that is, how good the actual cooking information is), but is instead based on ...
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Policy on ChatGPT generated posts

I don't even think we needed to ask. We've always expected that people write their own answers, and that they answer in good faith, with information they are confident is correct. Machine-generated ...
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People behavior : newcomer answer destroyed because it's not a comment, but he can't wrote comment on other posts because he has 1 reputation point

I am certain there was no malice in this action. I know the moderators on this site well and they have always acted in the best interest of the participants here. It is true that we prevent users ...
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Policy on ChatGPT generated posts

I'll give one more reason we should ban these: ChatGPT answers suffer from the "gramatically correct nonsense" problem that often plagues text generators. Questions on cooking would be ...
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People behavior : newcomer answer destroyed because it's not a comment, but he can't wrote comment on other posts because he has 1 reputation point

The answer wasn't "destroyed". It was converted into a comment on the question, which is appropriate: it was trying to clarify the question, not provide an answer. You're welcome to go one step ...
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