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You can view an essay as you would an organism. There is the skeleton — a through-line going from paragraph to paragraph that forms a coherent message. Then there is the meat — mostly facts, one would hope, and at least one original opinion. And of course the connective tissue — turns of phrase and flourishes of style that bring it all together.

LLMs are good — occasionally brilliant — at this last component and serviceable if a bit pedestrian at the first, but the meat is all on you. (ᔥThis day’s portion)

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