From NPR – The science fiction and fantasy magazine Clarkesworld has been forced to stop accepting any new submissions from writers after it was bombarded with what it says were AI-generated stories.
The magazine officially shut off submissions on February 20 after a surge in stories that publisher and editor-in-chief Neil Clarke says were clearly machine-written.
The good news here is that there are still a few editors out there who know shit from shinola.
The bad news is that most do not.
What AI has over most of us is better straight line logic.
What it lacks is human rhythm, the aura a work, even a bad one, exudes.
But for academic writing, book reports, what happened in Wisconsin in 1843. It’s great.
But I’ll bet feeding it TV tropes would make somebody an overnight sensation in the script writing world.