Using AI to create content

Bastty

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Bereave or not, but this article was created by an AI!
If you're looking to boost your traffic and take your content to the next level, you may want to consider using artificial intelligence (AI) to help you write like a content writing expert.
With AI-powered tools, you can quickly generate high-quality articles, titles, intros, outlines, and ideas that will engage your readers and keep them coming back for more.
One of the benefits of using AI for content writing is that it allows you to produce an unlimited amount of content in a short amount of time.
Whether you're running a blog, a website, or a social media account, you can use AI to generate fresh and engaging content on a regular basis.
AI-powered content writing tools work by analyzing a database of existing content to identify patterns and trends.
They can then use this information to generate new content that follows these patterns and is optimized for search engines and social media platforms.
Using AI for content writing can also help you to save time and resources.
Instead of spending hours researching and writing articles, you can use AI to generate high-quality content in just a few minutes.
This frees up more time for you to focus on other aspects of your business or content creation.
AI-powered content writing tools are easy to use and can be customized to suit your specific needs.
Whether you're looking to generate ideas for your next blog post or need help writing an entire article from scratch, AI can help you get the job done.
So if you want to take your content writing to the next level, consider using AI to help you generate high-quality, engaging content that will boost your traffic and keep your readers coming back for more.

And now the BIG question. How many of you are using AI for content?
What AI tools (paid or free), are you using?
 
So, Google is against using AI to create content for your website.

It would violate their policies and your site can be penalized


The main problem is with sourcing. AI doesn't know what a good source of information is vs. a bad source. AI could promote disinformation because it doesn't know the difference. It might give bad facts, bad sources, incorrect statistics, etc.

AI isn't that advanced yet.

Google has a hard time detecting AI generated content. So, you might get away with it but once they do detect and issue an algorithm update, your already existing content might get caught and result in getting a negative hit from it.

It's a risk you have to be willing to take.

It's a risk I don't have any interest in taking.

But then again, I love to write!
 
I asked ChatGPT for a sample of PHP code - because that's one of the things I'd seen people doing and going 'how amazing'. Every time I asked it for something, what I got back was out of date and woefully insecure.

AI is years away from being *good* enough to replace humans for something like this, but it'll be used in the meantime by people making content farms to profit in the meantime - and it'll make mincemeat out of the bottom of the content market in so doing, the hobbyist content writers who will be drowned out by AI content.
 
I asked ChatGPT for a sample of PHP code - because that's one of the things I'd seen people doing and going 'how amazing'. Every time I asked it for something, what I got back was out of date and woefully insecure.

AI is years away from being *good* enough to replace humans for something like this, but it'll be used in the meantime by people making content farms to profit in the meantime - and it'll make mincemeat out of the bottom of the content market in so doing, the hobbyist content writers who will be drowned out by AI content.
If you know how to play with the question or how to ask about certain thing... it is pretty cool.
 
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It's an interesting proof of a concept. Just like Midjourney is an interesting proof of concept for generating images from text prompts - but these things are all far too black-box and far too unreliable to be used meaningfully in lieu of a human creator, for now at least.
 
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