Tools like youwrite are impressive now ( https://you.com/search?q=how+to+write+well&&tbm=youwrite ) so we’ll need some countermeasures to detect whether an AI has been used or not with tools like https://huggingface.co/openai-detector
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It’s going to be a tough job: at home you can still prohibit access to those tools (with chromeos and android it should be feasable), at school it’s the occasion to learn something new, improve the AI, learn from the AI, be aware of its existence or you can just completely avoid it
I bet corporations like Google will also release their own AIs sooner or later. They are so effective as tools that you either use them or fall behind in innovation.
Google already released it as beta with its lambda chatbot, but if you consider you.com, corporations will find a strong competition from smaller companies. I guess right now you.com only misses a multi language interface and an alternative search engine cause now it uses bing