Max Tani at Semafor:
Investing.com, a Tel Aviv-based site owned by Joffre Capital, is a financial news and information hub that provides a mix of markets data and investing tips and trends. But increasingly, the site has been relying on AI to create its stories, which often appear to be thinly-veiled copies of human-written stories written elsewhere.
Good response from The Motley Fool’s lawyer:
“AI has achieved a level of human intelligence that copies good content and makes it mediocre.”
You ain’t gonna become the “Bloomberg of retail investing” by pumping rewritten AI chum at people, that’s for sure.
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