Should I use ChatGPT the new AI writer or stick to the original method? This is a new fad and while it is free you must try it out.
What is ChatGPT
In its own words;
Whether or not you should use ChatGPT depends on your specific use case. ChatGPT is a powerful language model that can be used for a variety of tasks such as text generation, question answering, and language translation. If your project or task involves natural language processing, then ChatGPT may be a suitable tool for you to use. However, it’s always best to evaluate the specific requirements of your project and consider other options before making a decision.
As a blog writer, I find it useful in bringing forward ideas and helping with research however it needs to be adjusted to suit what I do.
Blog writing is different in structure so it can not do everything for you.
Who uses Chat GPT
ChatGPT is used by a wide range of organizations and individuals. Here are a few examples:
- Researchers in natural language processing and machine learning use ChatGPT to explore new ways of training and fine-tuning large language models.
- Companies in the tech industry use ChatGPT to build conversational AI applications, such as chatbots, virtual assistants, and text-generation tools.
- Developers and data scientists use ChatGPT to build and train models for a variety of applications such as language translation, text summarization, and language classification.
- Educators and students use ChatGPT to learn about natural language processing and machine learning.
So, ChatGPT is used by a variety of people for different purposes, but all are based on natural language processing and machine learning.
Advertising agencies are creating ads and people are writing books so the use is very extensive.
The problem with Chat GPT
One major problem is Upper-level schools and Universities where students are taking to AI writing to complete assignments.
Universities are considering banning Chat GPT unless they can tell the difference, However;
It is unlikely that universities would ban the use of ChatGPT. ChatGPT is a powerful tool that can be used for a variety of research purposes in natural language processing and machine learning. Universities often encourage the use of cutting-edge technology in research and teaching.
However, it is important to note that the use of ChatGPT and other large language models may raise ethical concerns, such as the potential for these models to perpetuate bias or be used for nefarious purposes. Universities may have guidelines and policies in place to address these concerns, and it is important to be aware of and comply with these guidelines.
It’s also important to note that, universities may have different regulations and policies, and some may have more strict rules for AI and NLP models, but it’s not about banning the models, it’s about following guidelines and regulations.
AI writing could create a lazy way to produce suitable works in many areas. As an example, we will see places like Fiverr and other writing services adapting it to create volume work on a paid subscription.
Are there other AI writers
Chat is just the latest, and probably the most advanced, writer on the market. For some time I have used Jasper AI which is quite similar in approach.
Chat is currently free to use however the final model may well be quite costly and used by larger businesses to do volume applications.
Writing a blog
Yes, ChatGPT can write a blog. ChatGPT is a powerful language model that can generate text on a wide variety of topics. To write a blog with ChatGPT, you would typically provide it with a prompt or a topic and it will generate text based on that prompt or topic. You can also fine-tune the model on a specific dataset to make it more proficient on a specific topic.
It’s important to note that, ChatGPT can generate text based on the input it receives, but the output may not always be accurate or coherent. It’s recommended to review and edit the generated text before publishing it.
Also, ChatGPT is a language model and it does not have personal thoughts or opinions, so the blogs generated by it will not reflect personal thoughts, it’s just based on the input it receives.
Therefore you really need to monitor the writing to get it passed Google. I find it writes quite negatively and without thinking of subheadings as a necessary inclusion in Blog writing.
Yes, I shall use AI writing as a guide and support particularly while it is free. However, I will not rely on the input and make adjustments and wholesale changes where necessary.
Parts of this post are written in Open AI as I practice the art of incorporating the latest technologies into the ancient art of writing.
Should I use ChatGPT the new AI writer by Peter Hanley and Open IP
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