Today several answers were flagged for mod attention in the Web Applications as being generated by GPT / ChatGPT. Due to the date that these posts were posted it's fair to assume that they were generated by ChatGPT.
Contrary as happened on other sites, most of the posts flagged today were not completely bad. Some of them failed on properly address the use case explained by the OP and they don’t mention the use of ChatGPT. Without any attribution to the tool used to generate them they count as plagiarism by Stack Exchange and OpenAI guidelines.
Should we ban GPT / ChatGPT answers outright on Web Applications?
Other sites in the Stack Exchange network have banned its use. The most notorius case is Stack Overflow as it added a help centre article describing its ban on GPT and ChatGPT generated answers.
Most of the other SE sites have discuss this: Is there a list of ChatGPT discussions and policies for our sites?
In the meantime, GPT / ChatGPT answers as any other post should give appropriate attribution. Ref. How to reference material written by others.