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Should we enable a banner to warn about our policy on AI-generated content?

Yes. It can't hurt. It costs us nothing. People will either read it & pay attention or not, but if only 1% read it & then don't post the AI answer they were about to, then the banner has been ...
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Why do people attempt to discourage long well-written answers by instant AI accusations?

I get the slightest feeling of something that's turned from trying to keep the site 'neat' into essentially witchcraft trials. As an end user - if you suspect someone of posting AI answers, there's ...
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So many new spam bots thanks to AI - what can we do?

I'm half certain at least some of these is some poor person in a sweatshop rather than something more sophisticated. It would be nice to have better tools - and we've requested for it In this case I ...
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Why do people attempt to discourage long well-written answers by instant AI accusations?

The premise of the question in the title makes a very broad assumption regarding intent: “Why do people attempt to discourage long well-written answers by instant AI accusations?” Why do you think ...
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