CNET corrects majority of AI-written articles

  • CNET has issued corrections for more than half of the AI-written articles attributed to its CNET Moneyteam.
  • Following an internal audit, Editor-in-Chief Connie Guglielmo identified additional stories that required correction.
  • A small number of stories needed substantial correction, while others had minor issues such as incomplete company names and vague language.
  • Of the 77 articles written as part of a trial to test an AI engine, 41 feature corrections.


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