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Policy: ChatGPT is banned

This should be Law.SE's permanent policy. Posting a ChatGPT response (verbatim) as an "answer" is a lot like pasting a search engine result. But worse because it's obfuscated by (a) the ...
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Is it now site policy that questions differing only by jurisdiction are duplicates?

Questions about different jurisdictions should not be considered duplicates Just like questions about different programming languages on Stack Overflow, different operating systems on Super User, ...
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Non-Vandalism, Full Rewrite of questions & Rollbacks

As a matter of policy we have the following reasons for rejecting edits to a post – from the Suggested Edits review process: Policy Questions should not be edited in a way that significantly alters ...
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Policy: ChatGPT is banned

This needs to be broadened a tad: not just ChatGPT needs to be banned, but ANY AI generated answer. If we only ban one AI, others might flock to the breach, and as we know, Lawyers have thrown AI out ...
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Do the recent and upcoming policy changes and subsequent moderators' strike affect how LawSE moderates AI content?

GPT answers are still not allowed on Law.SE. It is still appropriate to note this policy in a comment and to flag them for moderator attention. We will do our best to enforce this policy. However, ...
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How should we handle ChatGPT answers?

Use the ”In need of moderator intervention” flag with AI or ChatGPT in the reason
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Policy: ChatGPT is banned

Some thoughts: It isn't always easy to know what is and isn't ChatGPT so distinguishing it may be a practical issue. The main problem with ChatGPT is that it is optimized to be coherent and flow ...
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Where can I read the Law Stack Exchange policy forbidding images of text?

While it's true there is no explicit policy against it - there's been clear statements from staff on the network (not just Stack Overflow) strongly advising users not to do this. Dale M, seeming lone ...
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Is it appropriate to ask users for legal credentials?

If it's edited out, the reason for it should be outlined in a comment. Especially since this is a new user. Whatever community guidelines are influencing the decision to edit this out, the user ...
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Where can I read the Law Stack Exchange policy forbidding images of text?

It is not a Law Stack Exchange policy; it is a Stack Exchange guideline It will be enforced here and, I trust, on all other sites. This is in accordance with the guidance in the Moderator Agreement ...
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Do we have a problem with sexist, and generally overly zealous moderators?

Who's a female user here? I most certainly do not claim to be female or male or anything - and I would prefer if people don't try to attribute that to me. As such I try to strive for neutral pronouns. ...
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Policy: ChatGPT is banned

This is an interesting decision, and I wish we had more information about who reached it and how. As we move toward a permanent policy, I hope we'll be focused on broadly applicable principles. Do we ...
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Is there a policy on editing questions to clarify them after answers have already there been posted?

Change to question invalidates my answer, what to do? In general, that's not allowed - the OP of the question should not change his/her question in a way that invalidates existing answers See also: ...
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Policy: ChatGPT is banned

I think the policy as stated in the headline to this thread is rather too broad. I think that using the output of ChatGPT, or indeed any similar AI, as an answer, without significantly revising it, ...
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Does the ToS allow any third-party to run Turing-tests or otherwise unleash GAI-in-training onto our Stackexchange site?

Recently this was discussed on Meta SE: Ban ChatGPT network-wide. So far, this has been treated as a policy issue and not a legal issue and the conclusion is that AI content is not allowed. Please ...
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Is there a policy on editing questions to clarify them after answers have already there been posted?

Yes, there is a policy It is a general Stack Exchange policy, not specific to law. Editing questions to clarify or illustrate the problem are fine, but not if they invalidate already existing answers. ...
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Policy: ChatGPT is banned

It is not easy to identify GPT-generated answers, but I think the current upvoting-downvoting should be enough to differentiate helpful answers and non-helpful answers. Users who use AI-assisted ...

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