Will any Twitter account with at least 10,000 followers be discovered to be an AI during 2023?
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In order to be "discovered" to be an AI, it must not have been publically known prior to the discovery.

Some minor human curating is fine, as is a human tweet here and there, as long as the majority of its engagement-genererating content was AI-generated.

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Anyone aware of this happening?

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@IsaacKing Almost all of these experiments, and the commercial ventures (e.g., turn $100 into $1,000), seem to bank on the catchiness of the idea rather than particularly useful output coming from the model. The advice is just too generic, e.g.,

@Ace Yes, as I said to the people doing this, they may very well make money off the chatbot content, but that is quite different from an LLM making money.

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I would think there are already many such accounts. Anyone with a bot that generates you Stable Diffusion images would count and likely get a lot of followers. Or the "thread reader" bot(I don't know if that's an "AI", but it's a computer program). Or the "dril_gpt2" account made in 2019, I remember the creator filtered dozens of GPT responses for each actual one, but the outputs were generated by a variant of GPT-2 finetuned on dril's tweets.

It must not have been known that it was an AI during its rise to 10k followers.

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