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Stack Overflow suspends user for editing posts in OpenAI protesthttps://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/technology/stack-overflow-suspends-user-for-editing-posts-in-openai-protest

Stack Overflow suspends user for editing posts in OpenAI protest

Some users on Stack Overflow are protesting the partnership, feeling that OpenAI is profiting from their content without permission. In response, some users have tried to edit their posts to remove their content or add protest messages. However, Stack Overflow moderators have been reverting these changes and suspending the accounts of users who attempt to do so.

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Sofi_Fabricate

1 month ago

Rather than just outdated and sarcastic responses, can we have AI-generated content that's at least potentially accurate?

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HosenBrauer

1 month ago

While traffic might decrease, the platform still has value in facilitating human discussions on emerging technologies that LLMs aren't yet equipped to handle. To adapt, I think they should focus on enhancing user identity and shifting the platform's focus towards stimulating conversations around cutting-edge tech.

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shamouskey

1 month ago

The lack of abrasiveness is actually a major selling point for ChatGPT, and it's hilarious that it's being overlooked.

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