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AI generated content: Make life easier or threaten creativity?

AI generated content: Make life easier or threaten creativity?

 Artificial intelligence (AI) has come a long way in recent years, and one area where it has made significant progress is in natural language processing (NLP). NLP is the ability of a computer program to understand and generate human-like language, and it has a wide range of applications, including language translation, text summarization, and content generation. It is not altogether flawless, and even to this very day, AI with its self-learning is just as vulnerable to making glaring errors or getting the wrong end of the stick entirely. I’m sure some of you have seen the often hilarious instances where a human will feed a bot thousands and thousands of hours of content, and then ask them to write a script or similar? Here is one of my personal favourites:



We’ve come a long way since the time Ron spontaneously ate Hermione’s family, and AI is consistently getting better at its job day by day.


One example of AI being used for content generation is the use of large language models, such as GPT-3, to write articles, blog posts, and even entire books. These models are trained on vast amounts of text data and can generate coherent and coherently formatted written content on a wide range of topics. I have tried several AI models to produce both written and images, and the results are certainly varied!


So, what are the benefits of using AI writing software for blogs, articles or even entire novels? Here are a few potential advantages:



AI can write content much faster than a human, allowing you to generate large amounts of written material in a short period of time. This can be particularly useful for businesses or organizations that need to produce a lot of content on a regular basis.



AI can ensure that the content it generates is consistent in terms of tone, style, and formatting. This can be especially important for large organizations that need to maintain a consistent brand voice across all of their written materials.



AI can reduce the risk of errors in written content, as it does not get tired or make mistakes due to human error. This can be especially important for technical or scientific content, where accuracy is critical.



Using AI to write content can be more cost-effective than hiring human writers, particularly for large volumes of content. It can also be more cost-effective than using in-house writing resources, as AI does not need breaks, vacation time, or benefits. Ruthless capitalism aside, we humans are pretty good at detecting fake-ness really well, and not everyone is fooled by AI: in fact, there is software now available that is able to detect whether something has been written by an AI bot, which is looking to be used in the academic sector to detect this new form of cheating.


While AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we generate written content, it is important to note that it is not a replacement for human writers. AI is best used to supplement and assist with the writing process, rather than replacing it entirely. It can be particularly useful for tasks such as research, data entry, and content formatting, leaving human writers to focus on the creative and strategic aspects of the writing process. Ultimately, what you miss with AI is the voice of the author, that feeling that the writer really gets what they’re conveying to you, and as the reader, with a strong author voice, it’s easy to infer it. It’s just a feeling you get, right?


In conclusion, AI technology has advanced to the point where it can generate endless content with a high level of quality and consistency. While it is not a replacement for human writers, it can be a valuable tool to help with the content creation process, allowing organizations to produce large volumes of written material efficiently and cost-effectively.


Did you notice? The stinger of this entire article? It was written with the use of AI software in tandem with a human writer. Can you spot the differences between us?

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