As a non-native English speaker, I am often a little bit unsure about grammar, wording, or phrasing of my posts. Ignoring the fact that this might be hard to detect by others: if I ask an LLM like ChatGPT to improve my post in a linguistic-only fashion, without changing the meaning, does the result then count as "AI generated content"?
Of course, it should be clear that I would proofread the result before I post it, to do my best that the original meaning really wasn't changed.
To give you an example: I ran the upper text through ChatGPT and got the following result:
As a non-native English speaker, I frequently feel uncertain about the grammar, wording, or phrasing of my posts. Disregarding the fact that these uncertainties may be challenging for others to discern: If I seek assistance from an LLM like ChatGPT to enhance my post solely in terms of language, without altering the meaning, would the outcome still be considered "AI-generated content"?
Certainly, it should be understood that I would thoroughly proofread the result before posting to ensure that the original meaning remains unchanged to the best of my ability.
Since AI generated content is forbidden on some SE sites, or, where allowed, has to be attributed as such, I think we should have some consensus whether such improvements count as AI generated content or not. Even if we get consensus that attributition is required, the question remains whether a site which forbids AI generated content in general may or should allow "AI improved content" under the constraints I scetched above.
You may be interested in my final assessment to this Q&A below.