“Here we found that crowd workers on MTurk widely use LLMs in a
summarization task, which raises serious concerns about the gradual dilution of the “human factor” in crowdsourced text data.”
Veselovsky, V., Ribeiro, M. H., & West, R. (2023). Artificial artificial artificial intelligence: Crowd workers widely use large language models for text production tasks.
The best part of Nick Cave’s critique of ChatGPT is, IMHO, the following:
“Songs arise out of suffering, by which I mean they are predicated upon the complex, internal human struggle of creation and, well, as far as I know, algorithms don’t feel.”
A close second:
“Writing a good song is not mimicry, or replication, or pastiche, it is the opposite. It is an act of self-murder that destroys all one has strived to produce in the past.”