Original story by Lucia Tedesco for El Planteo.

Experts are sounding the alarm about the potential danger of AI-written books on mushrooms that have become widely available through Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN).

Amateur mushroom foragers are being warned that some of the books they're consulting may have been written by AI chatbots and could contain inaccurate and dangerous information.

In addition to offering AI-written travel guides, Amazon is adding fungi-related categories. These books include paragraphs that seem to be written by humans, with sensory descriptions and tips for mushroom collection. But, they are, in fact, created by machine intelligence.

The books are littered with factual and grammatical errors, and their “authors” are mysterious. None are available to comment, most don’t seem to exist at all.

Ironically, whoever discovered that these books were written with the help of Artificial Intelligence, was …

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