According to the Daily Business News, China's famous science fiction magazineSci-fi World will reject AI contributions from ChatGPT and others.
Raz, editor-in-chief of Science Fiction World, a famous Chinese science fiction magazine, said in an interview that he would officially announce in the next issue (April issue) that he would not accept science fiction written by AI.
Science Fiction World is a magazine edited and published by Science Fiction World Magazine in 1979. Its predecessor is Science Literature and Art and fantastic stories. It has a history of 44 years.
Some data show that Sci-fi World has a peak circulation of 400000 copies, which is the largest sci-fi magazine in the world. It has won & ldquo; World Science Fiction Association Best Journal Award & rdquo;, & ldquo; China National Journal Award nomination Award & rdquo;, and was selected & ldquo; China 100 key social science journals & rdquo;.
With the concern and support of millions of readers, the science fiction world has launched numerous science fiction works of high quality and of great collection value. It has trained a large number of excellent science fiction writers, such as Liu Cixin, Wang Jinkang, he Xi, Qian Lifang, Chen Lifan, Xia Yi, Changfan, Jiangbo, Zhang ran, Luo Longxiang, Xie Yunning, Ah Qiao and so on.
Not long ago, Clarkesworld, a well-known science fiction magazine, also announced that it would close its contribution channel because the editorial department had received more than 500 science fiction stories generated by ChatGPT in less than a month.