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Proposed changes to Help Center articles to include mention of AI-generated content policy

status-completed Revision 8 of the question addresses these concerns. Answers are not the only part of the content that can be used as knowledgebase and where posting AI content can do harm we are ...
Resistance Is Futile's user avatar
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Proposed changes to Help Center articles to include mention of AI-generated content policy

Here's my thoughts: status-completed The proposed wording is this: Posting unreferenced AI-generated content repeatedly may lead to a warning from moderators, or even a suspension from the site. ...
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Could we have a Help Center page on disassociating posts?

I've received some feedback (in comments and in chat) that we should talk about some other steps the user can take and also clarify that this only matters for posts that shouldn't just be deleted. So ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

Not sure we should be in the business of blanket advising the editing of opinion based questions into objective questions. We'd be in danger of subverting the authors intent in ways they didn't ...
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Could we have a Help Center page on disassociating posts?

The help center articles are now up! See here (for everyone) and here (mod-only). Some warnings have been updated to point to there (see at the bottom). The mod message template for self-destruction ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

It might be worth explaining the filter section after you display the screenshot of the filter menu. For example, users may think if you write in two tags, such as html, css, that it will filter down ...
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Proposed changes to Help Center articles to include mention of AI-generated content policy

TL;DR Please replace the word "cite" with "reference" or "attribution" throughout. As per our Code of Conduct, any content posted that is generated with artificial ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Suggested edits queue

makes changes that are too big and should be made only by the author This is dangerous; there's no clear definition for what is "too big", nor can there be - in many cases an effective edit ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Low-quality posts queue

status-deferred Clearly explain that spam and offensive posts should be flagged and skipped, not reviewed for closure or deletion In its current form, the help page doesn't explain what to do if ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Low-quality posts queue

I think the page in general is fine. But, seeing Ryan's answer mentioning that unexplained posts aren't a reason for deletion, I am wondering: Could this page be made one of the help center pages that ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: First posts queue

"Voting up existing comments" is currently a valid way of completing a "First Posts" (or "Late Answers") review. This makes sense, because otherwise a reviewer might be ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Suggested edits queue

Reviewers should be reminded not to approve edits that inline images of text (code, quotes, error messages, output, etc.) Part of the reason new users can't inline images themselves is so that they ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Suggested edits queue

It needs to be clearer when an edit should be rejected for being too minor Here's an example review (note: the diff is slightly misleading as it shows a later version of the question text; see ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Suggested edits queue

Should we say something about how to review tag wiki edits here? I.e. mention that you will come across those things in this queue if you have enough rep and you should look for... when reviewing them....
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

I would mention that the custom reason leaves a comment under the question if you use that instead of one of the standard reasons. Some people may not want the attention that brings, and others may ...
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Improve description of tag wikis in Help Center

We reviewed your suggestion and agreed. We have updated the help center articles as suggested to reflect it.
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Proposed changes to Help Center articles to include mention of AI-generated content policy

status-completed See revision 5 of the question for proposed rephrasing to address the concerns raised in this answer. Please check what the policy on content generated by artificial intelligence ...
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Proposed changes to Help Center articles to include mention of AI-generated content policy

status-completed — see revision 13 for changes that address this concern Because this is a late addition, I'm adding it as a second answer for visibility purposes. In addition to plagiarism, the ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

What is essential to know about using this queue? That every review is not a close or not close decision. Editing is an acceptable behavior if you have the expertise to do fix the issues with the ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

I think there needs to be a little more explanation of what makes a question a duplicate of another question. I think that people across sites have different ideas of what the "best practices&...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

It may be good to include a reference to the binding vote of the gold badge holders, that is, their hammer for duplicate votes. In the case the modal can be adapted to check the user seeing it, ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Suggested edits queue

Minor proofreading/grammar issues: good but incomplete and use the edit window This should have a comma after "incomplete," as it joins two independent clauses. with the post and add your ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Late answers queue

Delete (or recommend deletion of) answers that don’t attempt to answer the question, are link-only, or are duplicates of other answers. You can't recommend deletion in the Late Answers queue if you ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Suggested edits queue

The details of "Causes harm" are a bit off. We're not just using that reason to inform other reviewers — the primary goal is to educate the user suggesting the edit. Also, the final sentence ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: First posts queue

Great to see the review queues getting some love! (Of course, we knew that, but it doesn't hurt to reiterate.) Just something that I noticed: The question should: ... have all Have all what? I ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

Is the page editable for each site's needs? It is almost impossible for a question on Code Review to be a duplicate, need more focus, or be opinion-based. Code Review has 189 FizzBuzz questions! I ...
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Let's improve the "How do I ask a good question?" page

I'm personally okay with the existing verbiage for the most part. It might be nice to have some XY Problem description, but I'm not sure this applies to non-technical SE sites as much as those with ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Close votes

Minor proofreading/grammar nitpicks: Skip any time you’re not certain - don’t be afraid to use the skip button This should be an em dash: "...you’re not certain—don’t be afraid...", as it ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Late answers queue

Posts thanking the author of the question or one of its answers, asking a new question, or asking for clarification from the author. These should be deleted. Another very common reason (enough to ...
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Review queue Help Center draft: Suggested edits queue

Would it make sense to add some advice for how to handle edits that are, in themselves, not bad, but fall into the inappropriate polishing category? For example, what should the reviewer do if a well-...
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