News outlet CNET said Wednesday it has issued corrections on a number of articles, including some that it described as "substantial," after using an artificial intelligence-powered tool to help write dozens of stories.

The outlet has since hit pause on using the AI tool to generate stories, CNET's editor-in-chief Connie Guglielmo said in an editorial on Wednesday.

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