And this is how Google detects AI content in seconds

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Top 5 reasons:

1) H2: one of the ramifications of bot-generated content is precisely PAAs. A bunch of H2 with super repetitive (or random) content. Keywords in H2 multiple times...so predictable.

2) Totally random stuff: you ask the robot to write an article about horses. You use a keyword scraper and everything is created automatically. Result: your 2500 word article is garbage that talks about horses, seahorses, zoophilia, trojans and anything else that was picked up by the bot.

3) Extremely repetitive content: unfortunately mankind has not developed enough to create a really competent robot writer. We are at the beginning of this, it is understandable, if you have ever read a text created by a robot, you know that probably the same facts will be repeated three or four times in the same post. Now imagine 3 facts that are repeated 4 times in the post...12 parts of your post is repetitive content and extremely monotonous for a human reader.

4) Low quality: continuing what I mentioned above about repetitive content. Your text will be low quality, random stuff + repeated facts. How does Google know that your text is junk? Well, the bounce rate is high, people won't come back to your site and they won't be interested in reading another post either. Oh, and probably the appearance of these sites is pathetic, self-generated or self-added images (often unrelated to the topic), or worse: youtube videos that also have nothing to do with the situation described.

5) Fake News: at the peak of the fight against lies propagated on the internet, do you really want to create hundreds or thousands of posts without reviewing anything? These automatically generated posts are full of lies, wrong historical facts, misinformation...and this all puts you on Google's radar that is on a crusade against sites that spread lies.

Advice for everyone who wants to do something really serious and not just a game of cat and mouse with Google: start using this as it should be used, it's just a tool, a friend to help you, review everything this tool generates, write a few paragraphs manually, invest your time building a site with really nice design and not just a standard junk with a ordinary theme.

Don't create articles full of repetitive H2. Don't create articles with only questions and answers. Don't pollute your article with 500x the keyword, this attracts attention in a negative way. Check all the information generated. Read carefully and see if it makes sense, correct informational and grammatical errors. If a term is repeated too much, look for synonyms, the readability of your article is unbearable with these machines writing the same word over and over again, etc.
 

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I will take this into consideration for my future sites.
 

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The Gpt-3 parameters in say OpenAI can be used to control your #3 which by theory should fix the rest. I'm not sure about your#5 tho.

If you are doing a white hat site, It only makes sense to add some human touch to your AI content. This may not seem to work for bulk-generated PAAs tho.
 
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Interesting, however, there are some tools that makes good quality articles with AI, are these easy to detect to Google?
 

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The Gpt-3 parameters in say OpenAI can be used to control your #3 which by theory should fix the rest. I'm not sure about your#5 tho.

If you are doing a white hat site, It only makes sense to add some human touch to your AI content. This may not seem to work for bulk-generated PAAs tho.
Maybe if you finetune Open Ai-3 the number of repetitive content can decrease.

If this is true, its nightmare to me
It's true, but if you are just playing with Google and burning sites until the next update, I guess you are already aware of this.
Interesting, however, there are some tools that makes good quality articles with AI, are these easy to detect to Google?
Like which ones? The tools that are accessible to the common public and reasonably priced, from what I have seen, are not good enough to create massive content without multiple false information + repeated content.
Google can't (don't want to?) detect garbage or AI content period. You don't know what you're talking about.
Sure, Google is not able to detect articles with 30 almost identical H2 + articles full of lies + a 3000 word article with the keyword repeated 186 times, etc...very low quality, whether human or robotic will be swept by google
 

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Maybe if you finetune Open Ai-3 the number of repetitive content can decrease.


It's true, but if you are just playing with Google and burning sites until the next update, I guess you are already aware of this.

Like which ones? The tools that are accessible to the common public and reasonably priced, from what I have seen, are not good enough to create massive content without multiple false information + repeated content.

Sure, Google is not able to detect articles with 30 almost identical H2 + articles full of lies + a 3000 word article with the keyword repeated 186 times, etc...very low quality, whether human or robotic will be swept by google
Google is not as smart as you think google fanboy.
 

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Google is probably not as smart as we all think but they are getting good at detecting these types of tools. They're constantly improving and updating their database
 

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Google is probably not as smart as we all think but they are getting good at detecting these types of tools. They're constantly improving and updating their database
It doesn't require a genius to develop a tool, with Google's budget, that can identify junk-articles with multiple H2 spam saying that a spoonful of rice has 600 calories and other bullshit.

That's why AI is a tool and not a solution. You need to read over the articles and make changes manually.

Exactly
 

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Agree with you completely, one of my Al websites was doing great and got hit by google in the last update! all I did was check the facts, dates, and images/videos, I'm certain that it got hit because of repetitive words and the amount of H2 in one post.
 

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With hundreds of AI tools available soon that will produce millions of AI articles generated in a short time, Google have to find a way/tool/whatever to prevent the SERPS being flooded with these kind of junk. Just my 2 cents.
 

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The easiest way for google to detect AI is to set a limit on new posts/pages that are submitted for index. AI generated sites try to index hundred or thousands of pages daily, which isn't natural unless you're an established well known site (i.e. popular news site).
 

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The easiest way for google to detect AI is to set a limit on new posts/pages that are submitted for index. AI generated sites try to index hundred or thousands of pages daily, which isn't natural unless you're an established well known site (i.e. popular news site).
Yes, this one it's also true
 

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Yes, this one it's also true
Fliboard et al. News aggregation ironically is what Google, Yahoo, MSN and every other big source are producing. However your point about "big" will likely be correct. If you are big you get away with it, if you are everyone else you will be screwed. Google does not care about you.
 

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Could manually writing the outline of the article and then use a fine tune AI to full in the article, rather than just doing a simple prompt? Then use a script to auto rank articles by how repetitive they are and choose the one with the least repetitiveness to manually review.

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The 5 points in the OP can be said about any generated content, not just AI-based. But look at the SERPs, they're full of autogenerated crap, whether they be scraped, spun or shat out by Davinci. I really don't think Google have a clue right now.
 
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