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Stack Overflow Inc. changes policy regarding enforcement of AI-Generated posts

Oh dear, the Amazon sized river of shit that is the question feed will now be complimented by a gulf stream of crappy LLM answers. With so few people who actually curate the content here it's no going ...
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Delete reasons in the Low Quality Posts review queue are alternating

It depends on the reputation level of the person whose answer you're reviewing. If they have too low a reputation to be able to post comments, the first option will be used. If they have enough ...
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Why does this count as a valid answer?

I hadn't had a coffee yet ... In such cases, you can help by making the situation more obvious. Leave a comment below the answer or use the "other" flag reason and explain there.
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Stack Overflow Inc. changes policy regarding enforcement of AI-Generated posts

Server Fault exists as a separate entity, among the thousands of SEO-stuffing sites competing for the same keywords, only as long as it is substantially exceeding their ability to curate content. Our ...
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Stack Overflow Inc. changes policy regarding enforcement of AI-Generated posts

Fantastic. So they don't give communities autonomy they've had previously on moderation, but rather stick a centralized policy. This is not gonna strengthen the community. It may work out in very ...
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"bumped to the homepage by Community" generate mostly noise

Remember that voting in all of it's forms is community oversight. It's not about giving away a PhD, you don't need to solve the halting problem information just needs to be clear and correct/helpful. ...
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