I've been reviewing a spate of tag wiki additions in the Suggested Edits queue, and I noticed that a couple of authors I'm quite familiar with (Walter Jon Williams and H. Beam Piper) had descriptions that didn't match my recollection. (Which recollection I verified against reliable sources like the SF Encyclopedia.) Running those texts through a chat-bot detector gives a >90% likelihood that the text is machine-generated.
I know we've agreed we don't want chat-bot generated answers; what about chat-bot generated wiki text? Is this acceptable? I don't know what to do about this, since there's no way to flag it.
The following examples are all more than 90% likely to be bot-generated, but this is not an exhaustive list:
Note that this is problematic for the same reason that bot-generated answers are; for the wikis I have sufficient expertise to judge they have inaccuracies. (Emphasis added because it seems a couple of readers have somehow managed to miss the point. If 100% of chatbot descriptions for topics I know well enough to review for content contain errors, then they likely all do.)