Prohibition on Using AI Tools for Client Content Writing
Written by cmlabs, 26 May 2023
We understand that our clients are concerned about the methods used by the cmlabs writing team, which may impact the quality and originality of the content we produce. We anticipated these concerns when ChatGPT and Google Bard gained more attention on the internet in early 2023. As a responsible company, we have issued internal guidelines (under reference number NO. 00245/PP/CID/V/2023) as a framework and rules for the use of artificial intelligence technology in our content writing activities.
These internal guidelines are designed to ensure that the quality and originality of the content we produce are maintained. We prioritize integrity and professionalism in every step we take, including the use of AI technology. We are committed to delivering high-quality and original content to our clients.
If you have any further questions about our internal guidelines or any other concerns that need to be addressed, please don't hesitate to contact our team (email firstname.lastname@example.org or send your concern on this form). We are ready to answer and address any concerns you may have.
Officially on march 2, 2023 cmlabs published the guideline about Prohibition on Using AI Tools for Client Content Writing. The use of generative Generative-AI tools, such as Google Bard, ChatGPT, Bing Chat, etc., for content writing on behalf of clients is strictly prohibited for employees of cmlabs. This guideline aims to protect client interests, maintain content quality, and uphold cmlabs reputation.
Employees are expected to rely on their expertise, knowledge, and professional skills to deliver unique and personalized content. The use of such tools poses risks of copyright infringement and may compromise the accuracy and reliability of the content.
Employees will receive training on the importance of originality and human expertise in content creation. Violation of this guideline may result in disciplinary action, including formal warnings, training, or termination of employment, depending on the severity and frequency of the violation.
Compliance with this guideline ensures ethical and professional conduct in content creation, protects intellectual property rights, and maintains cmlabs standards and reputation.