ChatGPT and AI Content

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  1. WryLilt profile image89
    WryLiltposted 13 months ago

    Hi everyone!

    Just wondering what everyone's thoughts are on the rise of ChatGPT and other AI writing tools.

    How are you using them?
    How are you competing with them?
    What do you think the future will look like?

    (Personally I love AI and I'm using it every day for a range of tasks, but there are many limitations if you want quality.)

    1. Jan Stepan profile image91
      Jan Stepanposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      I think it's wrong and will become a huge problem, especially in those industries and fields I am involved with.

      It should have never happened, but know when it happened – there's no way back. Everyone understands that AI is the future, and what we see now is a development race.

      Also, people who assume it's a helpful tool don't understand the fundamental attributes of AI. Assumptions that AI won't take over most jobs in the future are unrealistically optimistic. That's my opinion.

      Sorry for sounding negative. Of course, nobody knows what will happen. However, I deeply fear that humanity has chosen the wrong path, and unless we have a plan for how to adjust our world to this evolution, it won't be pretty.

  2. skyfire profile image79
    skyfireposted 13 months ago

    Good to see you after a decade or so Wry.

    I am using for graphics work. I have used it for book design and also for one of the android game that I have developed (not published yet).

    I am also using AI inside in notion, grammarly and Office365 copilot.

    I can definitely see rise of personal influence on web as measures against AI, because text, audio and even video can be overtaken by AI. But being personal is harder to replace. With each new AI tool passive revenue from hubpages, Adsense and even youtube is going down.

    1. WryLilt profile image89
      WryLiltposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Hi Skyfire!

      I drop by now and then to see that there are still people around trying to beat Google without working in boring business agencies!

      Personal is definitely the key - an AI can never (accurately) describe how it feels to lay tile on a roof, or walk through a forest; it can only duplicate what others have said.

      I haven't used AI graphics much yet, I'm finding the quality isn't great.

  3. theraggededge profile image87
    theraggededgeposted 13 months ago

    It's a useful tool. I use it for outlining, title suggestions, and research. Also for small tasks while writing like word definitions, as a thesaurus, and grammar checker. I just keep 'Chatty' open on my laptop as I work. He's replaced several other apps and websites.

  4. Venkatachari M profile image81
    Venkatachari Mposted 13 months ago

    True. ChatGPT has become too popular within a few days of its launch. Everyone is talking about it and spending time extravagantly on this platform.

    For me, Wikipedia provides much more reliable information than chatGPT.

    1. WryLilt profile image89
      WryLiltposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      You're absolutely right; ChatGPT has a lot of "AI Hallucinations" where it makes up content it's not sure of.

      I personally don't use it for knowledge; I find Google Search or Google Bard is still best for that.

      1. CYong74 profile image95
        CYong74posted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Someone recently told me a story about a lawyer who used AI to prepare his statement. Turns out, the AI made up cases.

    2. Miebakagh57 profile image69
      Miebakagh57posted 13 months agoin reply to this

      I agreed entirely with you.

      Two weeks ago, I download Wikipedia, on my Smartphone.

      I'm afraid Google's AI bugs can slip with my words to a content site.

  5. Miebakagh57 profile image69
    Miebakagh57posted 13 months ago

    Chat GPT AI? When on the opposite side you're being watched as a theft? Google, Bing(o), and the others are now after AI. AI will destroy the global village, except a law was made to contain its spread.

    1. WryLilt profile image89
      WryLiltposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      I'm confused how you're associating it with theft.

      In your case, your English is very hard to understand; putting your sentence into ChatGPT would be a good way to take maximise your knowledge and ensure it's understood.

      I put your sentence into ChatGPT and it suggested the following:

      Are you referring to ChatGPT AI? On the contrary, there is increasing scrutiny and concern about its potential for misuse. Companies like Google, Bing(o), and others are now actively monitoring AI technologies. If not properly regulated, AI could pose a threat to the global community. However, efforts are being made to establish laws and regulations to control its widespread use.

      1. Miebakagh57 profile image69
        Miebakagh57posted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Notwithstanding my use of English, I'm somehow correct, right? It seems  AI is saying what I said but in a different word, right? Theft is plagiarism, which AI says is a misuse. Thanks.

        1. WryLilt profile image89
          WryLiltposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          It depends; what part of AI are you referring to as plagiarism? Technically every person on this platform plagiarises ideas during the research phase before writing a hub in their own words.

          1. Miebakagh57 profile image69
            Miebakagh57posted 13 months agoin reply to this

            Oh writong stories in ones own words is great. I do.

            And, useing AI as an aid will let ai words, grammsrs. or phrase slip in, along with your words.

            The result is that 'content' websites bots can easily detect the issue.

            We all know that writing articles in our own words allow at least a small percentage of words and phrase into our stuff.

            I know because if a new hub is submit to a turnitin tool,  a few percent will always be borrowed.

            This is worst in AI case.

          2. Miebakagh57 profile image69
            Miebakagh57posted 13 months agoin reply to this

            Don't you worry. It's hard for somebody to understood me at times, and I'm not the excemption.                                  You said we plagiarism or sourced our ideas from others before expressing these in our words. Yes. But was AI on stream back then? No.                                  Still you don't understand. I don't care. Thanks.

  6. Ben716 profile image89
    Ben716posted 13 months ago

    AI writing tools are beneficial to some extent e.g. providing some suggestions, keywords, checking on grammar, misspellings and sentence and paragraph structure, or acting as a kickstart in writing an article or any other type of writing.

    The problem of relying entirely on AI to write an article or content is that it eventually kills a writer's creativity and that needed personal touch when writing non-technical articles.

    I rely on Google and other search engines for research for my writings and learning something new.

  7. Miebakagh57 profile image69
    Miebakagh57posted 13 months ago

    Oh I see. I though you should use just 1% of AI derivatives in your contents? You're not up to the level yet? Thank heavens you'll some days and the new friendship you associated with AI will become zero on content sites, like hubpages.

    1. WryLilt profile image89
      WryLiltposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      I'm sorry but I don't understand what you mean.

  8. ravirajan01 profile image94
    ravirajan01posted 13 months ago

    Susan, I believe ideas are not important. By not important, I mean one can get ideas from multiple sources - research, AI, friends, and other authors.What is important is the execution of those ideas.

    How well we can put our perspective on those ideas is what makes the difference between AI content and human content. Yes AI generated content might reach the human USP of execution someday, but as of now, human creativity has the upper hand in the 3 Ps - perception, perspective, and persuasion.And we have nothing much to worry at this stage.

    1. theraggededge profile image87
      theraggededgeposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Re your last statement...

      Me: As a writer, should I be worried by Chat AI?


      As a writer, it's understandable to have concerns about the impact of AI, including chat AI, on your profession. While AI technologies like chatbots and language models have advanced significantly in recent years, there are a few important points to consider:

      Complementary tool: Chat AI can be viewed as a complementary tool rather than a replacement for human writers. It can assist you in generating ideas, providing quick information, or even helping with brainstorming. Many writers find value in using AI as a source of inspiration or to overcome writer's block.

      Unique human creativity: AI models are trained on vast amounts of existing text data, but they lack human experiences, emotions, and creativity. As a writer, your unique perspective, imagination, and ability to convey emotions through storytelling are invaluable. AI can't replicate the depth and nuances of human creativity.

      Collaboration opportunities: Instead of perceiving AI as a threat, you can explore collaborative possibilities. AI can help automate certain tasks, such as proofreading, fact-checking, or generating drafts, freeing up your time to focus on the more creative aspects of writing. It can be a useful tool to enhance your productivity and efficiency.

      Market demand: While AI-generated content exists, there is still a significant demand for high-quality, human-created content. Readers often seek authentic voices, diverse perspectives, and engaging narratives that resonate with their experiences. As a writer, your ability to connect with an audience on a deeper level will always be valuable.

      Adaptation and growth: The writing profession has evolved throughout history, adapting to technological advancements. From the printing press to digital publishing, each change brought new opportunities. By embracing AI as a tool, you can adapt your skills, learn about new writing techniques, and explore innovative ways to engage with your readers.

      Ultimately, the impact of AI on the writing profession will likely vary across different genres, industries, and platforms. While it's important to stay informed about technological advancements, it's also crucial to focus on honing your unique skills, cultivating your creativity, and delivering compelling content that resonates with your audience.

      Did it address your 3 Ps?

  9. ravirajan01 profile image94
    ravirajan01posted 13 months ago

    As I have mentioned, we do not need to worry now, as the 3 Ps of human creativity are far ahead of AI.

    But as part of the Open AI community and the developments happening right now, AI systems can very well understand the human perspective maybe some years from now. We have already seen such cutting-edge results in space, nanotechnology, and medical sciences, where AI robots now help do seamless operative procedures with minimal human supervision.

    But all said and done, the future is exciting, where the pinnacle of human creativity will be pitted against the most advanced AI systems. We need to raise the bar continuously to get our work highlighted from the potpourri of human-like AI content surrounding us in the near future.

  10. vidsagster profile image87
    vidsagsterposted 13 months ago

    1 agree with Ravi. The future is exciting. AI can be helpfull in many ways, but it can never replace human creativity, perception and ingenuity. As theraggededge suggests we can use AI to hone our skills, learn and improve our writing. Every person's take on an idea is unique and so is the content generated.

  11. vidsagster profile image87
    vidsagsterposted 13 months ago

    Hi Jan, it is not about unrealistic optimism. Now that it has happened what can we do about it. So make the most of the opportunity. We probably should develop other skills along with writing. It's just my opinion, no offense meant.

  12. Miebakagh57 profile image69
    Miebakagh57posted 13 months ago

    I don't have the correct statistics...but nearly half of the online content creators are mingling with AI.                                It's a race like like the internet. I'll jump in onto the band wagon soon. But don't expect me to post AI generated contents clothed with  human thoughts.                                         AI detectors, like CCTV are everywhere and monitoring content submissions. I don't want to fall under the hammer. Stupid  Chat GPT AI!

    1. theraggededge profile image87
      theraggededgeposted 13 months agoin reply to this

      You are kind of missing the point. It's not about pasting AI-generated text. That would be stupid, as you can tell from the people who keep getting themselves banned for doing it. It's about using it like any other useful aid to writing. Like these prompts:

      Please suggest 10 article titles for the topic of flower arranging, specifically including roses.

      Please create an outline for an article about growing rutabagas in a warm climate.

      Please suggest further reading on the topic of mixed media sketchbooks.

      Please check this paragraph for grammatical errors...

      Please list 5 alternatives for the phrase, 'my husband is a psychopathic monster'.

      Do you see how useful it could be?

      PS I always say 'please' smile

      1. Miebakagh57 profile image69
        Miebakagh57posted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Bev, thanks for the guidance.                                      It's spots on. So if I re-cloth all the AI generated words with my own words and thoughts or opinions, that content couldn't come under a ban?                                                   HubPages specificity about using AI is not quite clear.

        1. theraggededge profile image87
          theraggededgeposted 13 months agoin reply to this

          How about you just write your article as you would do normally? Use Chat for tasks like the examples I gave above. The facility to outline is really helpful. It gives you a structure for your own original work.

          1. Kenna McHugh profile image94
            Kenna McHughposted 13 months agoin reply to this

            I get examples and ideas from chat, nothing more.

          2. Miebakagh57 profile image69
            Miebakagh57posted 13 months agoin reply to this

            Okay, got it, and will do. But I'm yet to register with  Chat GPT.

    2. ravirajan01 profile image94
      ravirajan01posted 13 months agoin reply to this

      Miebakagh, Sherlock Holmes had once rightly said,

      β€œIt is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.”

      So my suggestion is the same. Before jumping to conclusions, read about AI, its nuances, advantages and disadvantages, and how to leverage its power to improve in writing or any other field.

      After all, hundreds of data scientists, business analysts, social scientists, thought leaders, and programmers devoting millions of person-hours daily to this pursuit are not fools.

      So get the data, analyze it, and decide on its correct usage for yourself. That is all I want to say.

      1. Miebakagh57 profile image69
        Miebakagh57posted 13 months agoin reply to this

        Ravi, your suggestions sounds pratical and helpful.                                        When I register on Chat GPT site I'll give in. Much thanks.

  13. ravirajan01 profile image94
    ravirajan01posted 13 months ago

    You are welcome Miebakagh.


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