The Construct Editor Tweaking with Jane, Writing with Ted, Editing with an AI?
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New AI language modelers are increasingly capable of taking on multiple editing roles, previously thought to demand humans. Where are the limits? What does further automation of the scholarly editor’s function suggest? Will the Construct Editors of the (possible) future render today’s scholarly editors redundant? A thought experiment along these lines suggests that editing tools are becoming editing agents — a future of tighter collaboration rather than replacement appears to be likely.
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