How an AI Story Writer Can Boost Your Productivity as An Author
I know everyone’s going crazy over ChatGPT, and if you don’t want to know about it, that’s okay. However, I’ve been having great fun playing with artificial intelligence and similar resources for nearly a year now.
I’ve mainly been using it for art because I am a writer, not an artist. In my experience, I’ve been having a great time with it as an artist of words. When you can write good words- you can make great art. Now, this art can be used for many different things. I know there is a lot of controversy over its use. But there’s one thing we’re forgetting, we all use artificial intelligence all the time; when we make a google search, look for audible content, even scroll through social media, you name it. Sometimes, you don’t even know that you’re using artificial intelligence. So why don’t we use these? It’s just an app, and it’s not going to do you any harm.
An AI Story Writer Experiment
What’s more, earlier this month, we had a session on AI for Authors. It was an experiment using artificial intelligence for authors, covering all the kinds of things it can be used for. You can view a clip of that below.
In the first place, one of the things I did during this session was to use it for content. I generated content for a non-fiction & fiction book and some art from artificially produced words. Now, obviously, I have no idea how you are going to use AI, but this is what I’m doing with it — trying to increase my productivity. It’s just like how, once upon a time, we used to handwrite books, right? Now we use a computer. Before that, we used typewriters. Does that mean we’ve lost our artistic licence and given up to the machines? No, the fact is you cannot win against machines. So this is not a fight against the machines but a race with the machines.
A Simple AI Story Writer You Already Signed Up For
Even though I have used a lot of artificial intelligence apps, I’m signed up for quite a few of them, but I’m just going to talk about one, and you’ll be surprised which it is. It’s just Canva.