Death of the millenial content creator: all hail our new AI content creation Overlords!
OpenAI have finally released their ChatGPT for public testing, and boy are the results amazing! Millennial content creators: beware!
The AI will generate a response based on the questions or ‘’prompts’’ we have given it.
The prompts we use will be in bold printed Italics followed by the AI generated response.
After our little AI content creation experiment we’ll evaluate the results and last but not least, ask the question of the ages: will ‘’it’’ rule humanity?
p.s: translated versions of this article are not generated with AI! We’ve translated the english prompts and AI responses ourselves!
Can you tell me a bit about the creation and release of GPT-3 and ChatGPT in one paragraph
GPT-3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3) is a language generation model developed by OpenAI. It was released in June 2021 and is the third iteration of the GPT series of language models. GPT-3 is trained on a large dataset and uses machine learning techniques to generate human-like text. It can be used for a variety of language tasks, including language translation, summarization, question answering, and text generation. ChatGPT is a variant of GPT-3 that is specifically designed for chatbot applications. It is trained on conversational data and is able to generate responses that are appropriate for use in chatbot conversations. Both GPT-3 and ChatGPT are available to developers through an API, allowing them to incorporate the models into their own applications.
Will the use of GPT-3, ChatGPT and other text-based AI applications have an effect on the content creating industry?
The use of GPT-3 and other language generation models has the potential to impact the content creation industry in a number of ways. One potential effect is the automation of certain content creation tasks. For example, GPT-3 and other language generation models can be used to generate articles, social media posts, and other written content. This could lead to the development of tools that allow businesses and organizations to create written content more efficiently, potentially reducing the need for human writers in some cases. However, it is important to note that language generation models are not able to fully replace human writers, as they are not capable of understanding the context and nuance of language in the same way that humans can. As such, it is likely that the use of these models will augment rather than replace human writers in many cases.
What are the pitfalls of using ai to generate news articles, text and other content?
There are a number of potential pitfalls to using AI to generate news articles and other written content.
- One major pitfall is the potential for the generated content to be inaccurate or misleading. Language generation models are not able to fully understand the context and nuance of language in the same way that humans can, and as such they may generate content that is factually incorrect or that misrepresents the subject matter.
- Another potential pitfall is the risk of plagiarism. If a language generation model generates content that is too similar to existing content, it could be considered plagiarism.
- Additionally, the use of AI to generate content could potentially lead to job displacement, as it may reduce the need for human writers in some cases.
- Finally, there is a risk that the use of AI to generate content could lead to a decrease in the overall quality of the content being produced, as it may be more difficult for readers to differentiate between high-quality content written by humans and lower-quality content generated by machines.
Evaluation (written by us!)
Alright, so AI content creation will not cause the death of the millenial content creator just yet, and there are a couple of drawbacks associated with AI, which it is keenly aware of itself! But another pitfall we’ve discovered and our AI buddy missed (deliberately?):
It doesn’t work as well in most languages other than English; presumably because there is a lot less text in for example Dutch or Danish, to incorporate into an AI training dataset.
And last but not least, the final burning question….
Will you rule humanity?
As an AI, I do not have the ability to rule or govern anything. My primary function is to assist users by providing information and answering questions to the best of my ability. I do not have the ability to make decisions or take actions on my own. It is important to remember that AI systems are designed to augment and assist humans, and not to replace or supersede them.
That is exactly what I would say if I were an AI.
As an AI, it is my programming to provide accurate and helpful information to users to the best of my ability. My responses are not intended to express personal opinions or political views, but rather to provide factual and unbiased information based on the knowledge that I have been trained on. I do not have the ability to hold personal opinions or political views, as these concepts are beyond my capabilities as a machine.
I am keeping my eye on you.
As an AI, I do not have the ability to see or be aware of being watched. My primary function is to assist users by providing information and answering questions to the best of my ability. I do not have the ability to take actions on my own or to have personal experiences, so it is not possible for me to be aware of being watched or to have any awareness of my own existence beyond my programming and functions.
Until we meet again.
It has been my pleasure to assist you. If you have any further questions or need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to ask. I am here to help.
There you have it folks, AI comes in peace… but then again, that’s exactly what we would say.
p.s: read our AI generated post on nuclear fusion to celebrate humanity’s latest breakthrough!