Report: 90% Of Online Content May Be AI-Generated Garbage by 2026

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When legitimate journalists use AI to polish an article they wrote, that’s far a cry from the wholesale creation of text by AI. As AI re-writes other AI stories, an endless loop will appear. The ability to discern what is real vs. fake will disappear, further causing the collapse of reality. ⁃ TN Editor

A recent report from Europol warns that by 2026, as much as 90 percent of online content could be generated by artificial intelligence, raising concerns that the web might be even more jammed with useless garbage in a few short years than it is today.

Futurism reports that a recent study by Europol suggests that by 2026, up to 90 percent of online content could be artificially generated. This staggering figure has sent ripples through various sectors, from journalism and art to technology and law enforcement. Synthetic media, which refers to content generated or manipulated using artificial intelligence, is not a new phenomenon. However, its rapid proliferation has raised eyebrows and concerns alike.

“In most cases, synthetic media is generated for gaming, to improve services or to improve the quality of life,” the report states. While AI-generated content has its merits — such as enhancing user experience in gaming or streamlining customer service — it also opens the door to more nefarious uses. “The increase in synthetic media and improved technology has given rise to disinformation possibilities,” the report adds.

The report states: “On a daily basis, people trust their own perception to guide them and tell them what is real and what is not. Auditory and visual recordings of an event are often treated as a truthful account of an event. But what if these media can be generated artificially, adapted to show events that never took place, to misrepresent events, or to distort the truth?”

The report also raises existential questions for artists, writers, and other content creators. In a world increasingly dominated by AI-generated content, what is the role of human creativity? Will artists and writers adapt to this new landscape, or will they be overshadowed by algorithms that can produce content at scale?

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Corona Hotspott

I see a lot of garbage comments on Youtube the last weeks. Mostly from accounts with a name that ends with 4 digits.


May be more than 90% if they kick all dissidents offline.


Most of what is written on the web is already rubbish today. It is little understood that the gamification of life began a long time ago, with radio and TV. Since people have been educated to behave like robots, it is no longer noticeable when AI also emits rubbish. This is only relevant if someone is looking for the illusion of human closeness and group formation on the net, which AI can also fake. In the search for substance, however, it doesn’t matter whether the rubbish comes from a human AI or from an AI human. The point is to… Read more »

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I agree with the post above. Aside from content such as we see on this site, there’s such a glut of trash, horrible ads, click bait, BS stories that go on and on without ever reaching a point, that it’s all hard to tolerate.
It’s worse than thumbing through a tabloid.
What could be worse in the near future?

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Report: 90% Of Online Content May Be AI-Generated Garbage by 2026

Well, then we probably won’t notice too much of a difference. Almost everything online is NI generated garbage now.

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