AI Content Is Garbage And Search Engines Know It.

TheDankChocolate

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I have read through thousands and thousands of articles written by AI and I can 100% tell it's a robot every single time.

Who knows maybe in the future it will adapt but right now it's so herky jerky and awkward that even Google knows and is claiming to be penalizing content that comes from AI writers.

So why do people continue to use these AI content builders?
 

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Do you think google has the capacity to detect GPT-3 on each indexed page? No.
There is good Ai content and bad Ai content. I saw AI content that passed GPT-3 checks as well as plagiarism. I wonder how Google would be able to flag and detect that kind of content.
 

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There are many of them who have got success with AI Content. But we can't simple copy/paste. it won't work.
If any method is getting saturated, we need to think outside Box.

Making Content more of HQ , adding Supporting Articles, etc
 

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AI is a helper

For instance, AI translations rock. You can have thousands of $ in content in some foreign language using an AI translator. Be creative.
This is really good. But you need to pay €9 per month for better translations and glossary on DeepL to get the translations you want. It can be combined with some ML models and will do even better.

OP, give it 3 more years. For now, this space is full of shitty startups like jarvis and copy.ai which have just started hiring machine learning engineers. Before it was all API glue. Considering their budget and value, it's kind of crappy. You can do better with $20+m in your pockets. But they say "no! let's put it back in ads". Okay...

DeepL is a small company and does much better job than those GPT-3 based tools.
 

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If you thought that the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) would lead to better, more accurate search results, think again. In fact, AI is making the problem of search engine garbage even worse.



That’s because AI is being used to generate huge amounts of low-quality content, much of which ends up clogging up the internet. This so-called “content pollution” is a growing problem that is making it harder for people to find the information they need online.



Search engines are starting to take notice of this problem, and they’re taking steps to try to combat it. For example, Google has recently changed its search algorithm to de-rank articles that it deems to be low-quality.



While this is a good start, it’s not enough to solve the problem. The only way to really fix the issue is to get rid of the low-quality content that’s being generated in the first place.



And that’s where AI comes in.



You see, much of the low-quality content that’s clogging up the internet is being created by so-called “content farms”. These are businesses that use AI to generate large quantities of articles, often on topics that are popular at the moment.



The articles are usually poorly written and full of errors. But they’re cheap to produce, and they can be churned out at an astonishing rate.



This is a major problem, because it means that people who are searching for information online are often presented with a barrage of low-quality articles. This makes it hard to find the good stuff, and it means that people are less likely to trust the internet as a source of information.



Fortunately, there are some people working on solutions to this problem. One company, called OpenAI, is using AI to help filter out the noise and only present people with high-quality content.



OpenAI is training its artificial intelligence system to read and understand articles. It then uses this knowledge to score the articles on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being the lowest quality and 5 being the highest.



This system isn’t perfect, but it’s a good start. And it shows that there are ways to use AI to improve the quality of search results.



If we can get rid of the low-quality content that’s polluting the internet, we can make it a better place for everyone. And that’s something that we should all be working towards.
 

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Content written or spun by any AI tool or software is useless on it's own. HOWEVER, if it is checked for grammatical mistakes & other mistakes and then also passes plagiarism check, then it is good enough to be published and good enough in the eyes of Google's algorithms as well.
 
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Can you suggest some AI translation tool?

DeepL Pro (can be used with trial) + glossary. Use glossary to change terms that don't translate well from your source language to your target language. You can also change tone from formal to informal for some languages (French for instance).

AI Content Is Garbage And Search Engines Know It.​

Sorry, but that's nonsense. All search results feature AI generated content. Google is using AI generated and AI ranked content.
 

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Do you think google has the capacity to detect GPT-3 on each indexed page? No.
There is good Ai content and bad Ai content. I saw AI content that passed GPT-3 checks as well as plagiarism. I wonder how Google would be able to flag and detect that kind of content.
It's really easy to differentiate AI and human content. But, Google doesn't care about AI content as the volume is too low compared to the volume of the human written content.
 

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It's really easy to differentiate AI and human content. But, Google doesn't care about AI content as the volume is too low compared to the volume of the human written content.
No, they don't care if it has value. Read google webmaster guidelines. :) Some human entities have problems with bringing the value, so they will be outranked with valuable AI content.
 

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No, they don't care if it has value. Read google webmaster guidelines. :) Some human entities have problems with bringing the value, so they will be outranked with valuable AI content.
They've also mentioned that they don't allow automated sites. If you edit the AI content before you post, you won't face any issues. Simple.
 

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well AI its better than nothing ,because like in my case i have other things to do like videos posting and i dont have time to write articles or i found them very harsh to write them . But using AI i get articles writen and i get some traffic on my blog where i have a landing page where i colect emails ,so even if the article its not great i will deliver great content on my emails
 

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AI content is garbage, yet at the same time google rewarding AI content more and more....
its like same as google saying they penalize duplicate content but they never do in reality... google cant do anything right... That is why we have messed up SERP nowdays.. they only care about their profit, thats all.
 
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