AI writing is here, and it’s worryingly good. Can writers and academia adapt?

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In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has made incredible strides in its ability to generate human-like text. As a result, AI writing is becoming increasingly commonplace, with businesses and organisations using it to create everything from marketing copy to financial reports. While AI writing is still in its early stages and far from perfect, it’s clear that it poses a threat to the livelihood of professional writers. After all, if a machine can produce text that is indistinguishable from that of a human writer, why would anyone need to hire a real person to do the job? It’s not just …

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