Monday Morning Coffee – 16 October 2023

by Nate Hoffelder

After a decade of running The Digital Reader, Nate is a veteran web publisher with experience in design, maintenance, recovery, and troubleshooting. What little he doesn't know, he can learn.

October 16, 2023

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning.

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1 Comment

  1. James V Viscosi

    Apparently the programmer who used ChatGPT to write the conclusion to “A Song of Ice and Fire” has pulled the project after being referenced in the author lawsuit against ChatGPT. The links to the text in the article now return 404s. Here’s the statement he replaced the ChatGPT text with:

    “I am just now learning that I was mentioned in a legal document pertaining to the OpenAI lawsuit. I have removed the project from GitHub. Should any of George R. R. Martin’s representatives wish to reach out, my contact info remains available.”

    Kinda too bad, I was curious to see it. Sounds like it wasn’t as humorously awful as the Harry Potter AI-generated story about the “large pile of ash” from a while ago …


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