ChatGPT and how it’ll influence RPGs. And more OGL1.2 insight!

ChatGPT probably poses a bigger risk to authors than Midjourney to artists. Spotting AI written text will become harder than spotting images generated by AIs, and proving that there’s been some sort of style or copyright violation will be even harder.

Not to mention that it is more accesible than images because it refines the text with more human-like interaction than any of the image generators.

And yet, we are talking about that a lot less… I think that is a mistake.

In this episode, Ralf Muhlberger from Ardent Roleplay joins us as an academic specialised in teaching. We discuss how ChatGPT could be used in the classroom and what can we do about it in the future, because, as you can imagine, it’s going nowhere.

Also, Ardent Roleplay has been affected by the new OGL so we discuss how companies can do to avoid problems with WOTC in the future.

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