AI is being used to generate news articles, marketing emails, and other forms of content, replacing some of the work that traditionally was done by journalists and marketers. CNET, a tech news outlet, has already published 73 AI-generated articles, and other companies are also implementing this technology. AI-generated content is being fact-checked and edited by an editor on the editorial staff, while marketers can refine or expand the content as well. Despite Google’s vow to penalize AI-generated content last year, some of these articles appear to be pulling in large amounts of traffic.
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by Ray Schultz , Columnist, 3 hours ago Journalists face another threat to their jobs beyond the usual newspaper closings: artificial intelligence. Yes, AI can be employed to write articles. CNET, the tech news outlet, is already using AI to to create articles explaining financial issues, according to The Byte. This started last year, but was only revealed on Wednesday when online marketer Gael Breton posted a tweet about it, The Byte reports. Breton points to an article titled, “What are NSF Fees and Why Do Banks Charge Them?This note was included with the piece: “This article was generated using automation technology and thoroughly
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