The Depths to which Pop Woodworking has Sunk
(02-15-2024, 06:33 PM)AHill Wrote: No, because it wasn't written by a person.  It was written using artificial intelligence.  Just goes to tell you how AI doesn't always give you a correct or good answer.

I was thinking the same thing - that certainly bears all the hallmarks of a really bad AI-generated 'review'.

Looks like actual journalists might have job security for a few more years at least.
AI needs a starting point.
Waiting to grow up beyond being just a member
Third graders need a starting point, too. But you don’t see their articles published.
Dave Arbuckle was kind enough to create a Sketchup model of my WorkMate benchtop:
(02-08-2024, 11:48 AM)Admiral Wrote: After this, do they have even a slight bit of credibility left?  I think not.

That just about breaks my heart. Writing for PW was one of the highlights of my professional career.
Zachary Dillinger

Author of "On Woodworking: Notes from a Lifetime at the Bench" and "With Saw, Plane and Chisel: Making Historic American Furniture With Hand Tools", 

Nah. AI might do the leg work but the one who actually put the content online was a human being.


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