As a moderator on two sites, I am following the Stack Overflow community's policy regarding the ban of ChatGPT closely. However, does the community and its moderators have any handles on how to identify ChatGPT-generated answers? One recurring theme in answers (suspected to be) generated by the chat engine were devoid of references.
I'm pretty much only active on the science Stack Exchange sites, and there we basically enforce that posts (but especially answers) be supported by valid, credible, and preferably peer-reviewed sources to allow others to fact check and background read on the topic. I think referencing is a bridge too far for a chat bot, yet I don't know for sure.
One way or another, barring a possible loophole of OpenAI's ChatGPT in citing credible sources, how can we as a community identify posts based on a chatbot?