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  • LoongArch EFI Boot, Prep For EFI Confidential Compute Arrive For Linux 6.1

    Phoronix: LoongArch EFI Boot, Prep For EFI Confidential Compute Arrive For Linux 6.1

    A big chunk of new EFI feature code was merged for Linux 6.1...

    https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-6.1-EFI-Features

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    Michael

    Typo/grammar

    "was quite limited and functionality" should be "was quite limited in functionality"

    n.b. Many articles have lots of missing commas. I suggest an online grammar check like this (no affiliation). It finds missing commas and most of the typos. https://quillbot.com/grammar-check

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    • #3
      Originally posted by JEBjames View Post
      Michael

      Typo/grammar

      "was quite limited and functionality" should be "was quite limited in functionality"

      n.b. Many articles have lots of missing commas. I suggest an online grammar check like this (no affiliation). It finds missing commas and most of the typos. https://quillbot.com/grammar-check
      I'm not sure if I trust something made with corn in Illinois

      There's also LanguageTool. It's open source, runs on Linux, and has plugins for Libre/Open Office and Firefox in additon to Chrome and MS Word. It also has premium options, but I think their Teams plans are too damn expensive for what they offer. Going from one to two people, for example, saves a whopping 52 cents a month.

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        Quillbot can also basically be used to copy other's work without bothering to paraphrase or understand it yourself - tools like that are probably a big source of rubbishy duplicated content pages and plagiarism.

        That said, this kind of thing seems like a good and perfectly ethical use for a tool like that.
        Last edited by hamishmb; 10 October 2022, 06:36 AM. Reason: Mistype: Replaced has with can in the first sentence

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hamishmb View Post
          Quillbot can also basically be used to copy other's work without bothering to paraphrase or understand it yourself - tools like that are probably a big source of rubbishy duplicated content pages and plagiarism.

          That said, this kind of thing seems like a good and perfectly ethical use for a tool like that.
          Plagiarism is a problem with any advanced grammar tool or AI editing assistant and the only thing that can actually stop that is the end-user choosing to make ethical decisions. Michael, however, writes original content so there really aren't any ethical concerns to be had for him using any kind of writing assistant.

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          • #6
            Oh yeah, of course there are no issues for Michael, he has rock-solid credibility, ethics, and work ethic IMO.

            Plagiarism detection tools and people need to improve to counteract AIs really, I think. Will probably never be perfect, but there's room for improvement I think.

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