Quoting Olive from this June 15, 2023 article about AI regulation:

Among the first things you notice about a well-written AI-generated text, for instance — a term paper, a short story, a news report — is that it does not contain a single original thought.

This to me sounds like a critique from someone who probably spent ten minutes once or twice playing around with ChatGPT, and decided they knew everything about it.

I’ve released over 100+ AI-assisted books, and I can assure you they are all richly bristling with weird and compelling original ideas that were brought about by careful skill in prompting and exploration of latent spaces. Once you’ve actually looked at a large body of evidence, like the corpus I’ve produced in collaboration with a broad swathe of AI systems, there’s just no two ways about it. AI produces original content.