since CNET is doing it, then other factually based publishers are or will soon be doing it as well.
CNET uses it for their basic "explainer" articles (e.g., How does a chatbot work? How to choose a graphics card?).
These explainers used to be written by the junior staffers because they are tedious to write.
Apparently, there have been some factual errors in these articles. I find this very amusing!
In my life, I've been a teacher, a technical writer, a graphics designer, and a sound engineer. If I'm still alive in two or so decades, I'd be totally obsolete!