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This week, there are someThoughts on AI aesthetics and the challenge of uninsurability. Also, how to pitch a startup in biotech to non-experts. — Anna
Too good to Be True
Most tools that claim to detect AI-generated texts fail spectacularly, my colleague Kyle Wiggers reported. That’s a paradox. I’m only human, but a lot of the AI-written pitches I receive don’t pass the sniff test yet; their style and wordiness feel off.
Even if you can see the je ne sait quoi, it’s probably too early for machines to detect it. As fellow TechCrunch writer Ron Miller observed recently, “it’s really like AI-generated art, which has a certain look and feel.”
A recent experiment on one of the social media accounts I follow made this look and feel hilariously obvious. Ugly Belgian Homes.