I Asked an AI Content Writer To Rewrite ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’

Artificial Intelligence won’t scoop up the fiction awards anytime soon

Sandi Parsons
Writers’ Blokke

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Robotic hand on the keyboard
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

AI content writers are heralded as the next best thing (primarily by tech companies selling AI content writing tech). They have already taken over some jobs from humans like copywriting due to only needing minimal input. There’s nothing like bragging about your strengths. Even the AI conversion from “AI’s are heralded to be the next best thing for writing” worked overtime at selling its services.

Has your writing been suffering from a lack of inspiration? Are you sick and tired of typing up the same old articles over again for work or just because it is what one does when there are not enough hours in a day but still need content on their blog or website to keep readers interested? Well, look no further than these AI writers!

But what about creative writing? Are AI content writers any good at crafting stories?

Rewriting ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’

Here are the plot points from Jack and the Beanstalk that I entered into a nifty AI content writer.

  • Jack and his mother are poor and starving.
  • Jack trades the family cow for six magic beans.

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Sandi Parsons
Writers’ Blokke

Sandi Parsons lives & breathes stories as a reader, writer, and storyteller📚 Kidlit specialist, dipping her toes in the big kid’s pool.