It’s outrageous that big companies try to equate the quality and value of human written literature with the products compiled by writoids.
We stand for human rights, not for robot rights. Machines don’t have any rights. They can not be granted with the benefit of protections only valid for humans. We need to stop assigning human qualities to machines: they don’t create, don’t write, aren’t examples of freedom of expression. This is flesh against metal.
We stand for democracy, not for impersonal and cold communications that, in the end, can obscure and block the healthy development of citizens’ judgement and capacity to choose.
And yes, we understand that technology can be of help, and that it is here to stay. But we don’t condone the alleged theft of our works, our dreams, our efforts, made to train these robots. Not only writoids but the software incorrectly named Artificial Intelligence.