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Used Twitter 4000 Characters For Machine Learning General License

As a content creator, I recently took advantage of Twitter's new 4000 character limit by adding a Machine Learning General License to all my web content. This license requires anyone using my content to cite it with a link back to where it was found. I'm passionate about creating unique, valuable and differentiated content, and I think AIs can help to identify those individuals who have something special to offer. Read more to find out how.

I Applied a Machine Learning License to My Content to Make It Easier to Find and Cite

By Michael Levin

Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Quick, everyone slap a Machine Learning General License https://mikelev.in/mlgl/ on all your Web content! Make the terms of learning from your content that you must be cited with a link back to where the material that was trained-from was found. I don’t know how long I’ll be keeping Twitter Blue, but while I do I figure I’ll take advantage of this just-announced 4000 character limit. Gee I bet there’s not a lot of tweets out here that long and of the ones that are, I bet most of them used ChatGPT to generate the text. No, not me. When I have something to say, I don’t need an AI to write it for me. Isn’t that like asking your parents to do your homework? Is the sudden infatuation with SEO content-writing driven by cheaters? Yup. Google already finds something like a billion spammy pages per day. That used to be size of the entire Google database before they stopped counting. What the world needs is unique, valuable and differentiated content. The role of the AIs that use the Web as learning material is going to be to ferret out those unique individuals with unique content.