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Panel discussion by AI Frankfurt Rhein Main e.V. and Frankfurter Rundschau.

AI is simply faster than humans when it comes to writing texts. Already, for example, ChatGPT can write reasonably usable and coherent essays. The learning progress is remarkable. AI tools are changing professional text production. What impact will this have on the literary profession? For example, in work processes where people make up stories. Or in work processes in which authors work with the text, in which a work is revised. Or also in pre-sorting; in the evaluation and analysis of manuscripts. The question here is: Does AI thus influence the quality and diversity of literature? And should it be allowed to do so?



Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
60327 Frankfurt am Main

AI Frankfurt Rhein-Main e.V.
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Jennifer Becker

Author and Cultural Scientist

Dr Florian Reiling

Attorney at Law, Kanzlei Clifford Chance

Murat Durmus

AI Expert, AI Frankfurt Rhein-Main e.V.

Lis Berins

Moderation, Feuilleton Frankfurter Rundschau

Susanne Barwick

Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels