When AI Writes Who’s the Author?

Choose your words wisely. Don’t lose your authority to Artificial Intelligence.

Carmellita
New Writers Welcome

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Today, I downright fear using words such as woven, integral, cultivate, embrace, nuances, or foster. And we won’t talk about the word “tapestry” and phrases such as “in a world” or “in the realm of,” geez!

I’ve read several articles about how these words and phrases are overused in AI-generated content.

Yes, once upon a time, I used these words and phrases. I used “cultivate” and “embrace” in works written to encourage readers. I used “interwoven” and “woven” to explain the seamless connectivity between two concepts or ideas. Not anymore. Why?

These words and phrases sound artificial now.

Without a doubt, AI-generated content is spreading all over the internet. When I think about how prevalent AI-generated content has become, I’m reminded of a famous scene from the movie I-Robot starring Will Smith as Detective Del Spooner:

“Human beings have dreams. Even dogs have dreams, but not you, you are just a machine, an imitation of life. Can a robot write a symphony? Can a robot turn a canvas into a beautiful masterpiece?”

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Carmellita
New Writers Welcome

Writer, Poet, Storyteller, & Scholar. Co-founder of http://bluelotusliving.com. BA in Speech Communication. Former ghostwriter who came back to life.