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ChatGPT and the Morality of Assistance

Instead of posting a new piece here, as I try to do most weekends, I'll refer you to my most recent online publication elsewhere. The good folk at Current (once you have paid for a subscription to my site, throw a little money their way and subscribe there, too) have published my first piece for them, an extended reflection on how ChatGPT raises ethical issues for writers—whether students or professionals—who seek any kind of assistance. Check it out here:

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