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6 May, 2023
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AI-generated books flood Amazon's marketplace, causing issues for human authors and raising concerns about the spread of misinformation, according to The Washington Post.

A growing number of books with suspicious five-star reviews are appearing on Amazon, making it difficult to distinguish real authors from AI-generated.

This trend is not limited to books, as other AI content is also flooding the internet. In April alone, 49 websites producing mostly or entirely AI-generated content were identified by NewsGuard, a firm that measures the credibility of online news sources.

While some publishers are hiding their use of AI, others are openly advertising it. The flood of AI-generated content is a sobering reality for authors trying to sell their books online, who face more competition than ever before.

The spread of misinformation is also a significant concern, as AI-generated content could lead to mass confusion and make it difficult to distinguish fact from fiction.