Does the AI cheat? part 1

If an AI can be said to cheat, then yes.

I had a few Chat GPT papers turned in this semester, one of which includes a direct quote that does not exist on the page cited and probably does not exist anywhere in the cited work at all.

Sketchy, or just weird?

Update 1/8/2023

As I think about it, the issue isn’t just that the quote doesn’t exist.

The issue is that the quote contradicts what the author actually said.

I’ll get back to this later (packing now!)

Artificial intelligence: other posts

And see:
Does the AI cheat, part 1
Does the AI cheat, part 2
Does the AI cheat, part 3
Is the AI a bull**** artist?

6 thoughts on “Does the AI cheat? part 1

  1. Great question.

    Is it an interpolation?

    A conclusion that “it” may have come up with?

    When I go to art AI there is an option called “In the style of” [an artist or artmaker].

    A direct quote which isn’t in the paper!

    Maybe it’s in a closely related source or put in a simplified/more complicated fashion.

    Or some kind of “executive summary” or what a lot of people have said about that source/paper.

    [Some students have been known to train their personal AI on their friends and group members in a collaborative task]

    [and some other students have been known to feed it in/on Free and Open Source Software].

    “Does not exist on the page cited”

    and “Probably does not exist in the cited work at all”.

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