It’s no secret that artificial intelligence is changing many industries. Academia is no exception.
I was interested in how AI could be used to create written content, so I decided to test out the AI writing program Jasper.ai.
Note. Every word from this point on was created by the AI ‘Jasper‘. I have not changed/edited a word! I’ll chime back in at the end with a reflection.
What is AI and how does it work?
AI, or artificial intelligence, is a branch of computer science that deals with creating intelligent machines that can think and work like humans.
There are many different types of AI, but some common examples include machine learning, natural language processing and computer vision.
- Machine learning is a type of AI that allows machines to learn from data and improve their performance over time. This is done by building algorithms, or mathematical models, that can automatically learn and improve from experience.
- Natural language processing is another type of AI that deals with understanding human language. This can be used for tasks such as automatic translation or voice recognition.
- Computer vision is another type of AI that deals with understanding and interpreting digital images. This can be used for tasks such as object recognition or facial recognition.
AI has many potential applications in the field of academia. For example, it can be used to help researchers write papers more efficiently by automatically generating drafts or suggesting references. It can also help us generate blog content to promote our research on our websites!
Potential for AI to help academics
AI can help us generate blog content to promote our research on our websites! It can also be used to help researchers write papers more efficiently by automatically generating drafts or suggesting references. This is just the beginning of how AI will change academia!
The benefits of using AI to write content
As someone who spends a lot of time writing, I [A reminder: the AI is writing this, not me] was naturally intrigued when I first heard about Jasper – an AI writer that promises to help you write better, faster and more efficiently.
Since using Jasper, I have found that it saves me a great deal of time on writing tasks big and small. For example, when writing articles, I no longer have to spend time editing and reworking my drafts to make them more concise – Jasper takes care of that for me.
What’s more, thanks to Jasper’s help, my writing has become more focused and on-point. No longer do I find myself going off on tangents or writing irrelevant filler material; every word I write now has a purpose.
Overall, I believe that the use of AI in writing is extremely beneficial. If you’re looking to save time and improve the quality of your writing, I highly recommend giving Jasper a try.
Examples of AI-generated content
Some examples of AI-generated content include:
– summaries of articles or texts
– translations of texts or documents
– transcripts of audio or video recordings
– blog posts or articles
– social media posts or comments
– chatbot conversations
– email responses or customer service queries
The future of AI and writing
As AI technology continues to develop and evolve, it’s likely that the use of AI writers like Jasper will become increasingly commonplace.
At present, AI writer Jasper is still in its early stages of development, but I believe that its potential is limitless. With time, I believe that Jasper – and other AI writing tools – will become even more advanced and effective, helping us to write better, faster and more efficiently than ever before.
So what does the future hold for AI and writing? Only time will tell – but one thing is certain: the role of AI in writing is sure to become increasingly significant in the years to come.
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Hi, it’s me again.
My impression = Wow! This is a game-changer. Also, the ~600 words above took less than 10 minutes to generate. To create the content I used something called a ‘recipe’, in which you craft a structure and the AI fills in the gaps.
The implications of this technology raise many questions, not to mention the future of the essay as a form of assessment.
I like to think about AI writers in the same way that people might have thought about the arrival of computers when everyone was using typewriters. AI writers are tools that can lift our creativity to new heights.
The technology is here, and there’s no way to put it back in the box.
Learning how to use it will no doubt accelerate the quality and quantity of our outputs (and no doubt the expectations placed on us to do so).