‘Sports Illustrated’ is accused of posting articles by writers created by AI

A new report exposes stories by writers who don’t seem to exist, with bio photos that are stock images, at the revered sports magazine.


This next story is about what happened when AI met SI. Sports Illustrated and its parent company have been rocked by accusations that it has posted articles by authors who do not exist. These writers were created by artificial intelligence – that is, computers. According to the news site Futurism, several journalists at SI say some articles were written by computers, too. NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik is with me. Hey, David.


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