‘Somebody may call the police’: Chinese Nobel Prize winner Mo Yan turns to ChatGPT to beat writer’s block

Chinese Nobel laureate Mo Yan shocked the crowd at a literary event on Tuesday when he revealed he had used ChatGPT to write a speech praising fellow author Yu Hua.

Mo was set to present Yu with a book award at the Shanghai Dance Centre during the 65th anniversary celebration of Shouhuo, a magazine that has played a significant role in shaping the landscape of Chinese literature.

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