As announced on Stack Overflow Meta, the use of content generated by ChatGPT is temporarily banned.
It was stated in Temporary policy: ChatGPT is banned
Stack Overflow is a community built on trust. The community trusts that users are submitting answers that reflect what they actually know to be accurate and that they and their peers have the knowledge and skill set to verify and validate those answers. This trust is broken when users copy and paste information into answers without validating that the answer provided by GPT is correct, ensuring that the sources used in the answer are properly cited (a service GPT does not provide), and verifying that the answer provided by GPT clearly and concisely answers the question asked.
As a native Portuguese language user, I frequently use translation tools to translate content generated by myself into languages such as:
Recently, I have started to incorporate the use of ChatGPT into my translation tools and have obtained good results.
My questions are:
- Are answers generated in the user's native language but translated by Artificial Intelligence included in the prohibition of ChatGPT?
- What precautions should be taken when publishing original content but translated?
- Is it necessary to inform that the answer was translated through AI tool?
- Is it necessary to provide a link to the original content?