Publications Don't Want Your AI-Generated Content

Publications Don't Want Your AI-Generated Content

Marketing Content — Thu., Nov. 2, 2023

Editors don't want bots to be the sole authors of AI articles, but it doesn't mean AI can't help produce content. Publication professionals agree AI-generated content lacks originality, authenticity, and humor. Human writers can make mistakes, but they can apply sound judgment to ensure quality and accuracy.

AI algorithms can unwittingly show bias, and ChatGPT has been known to plagiarize. Human writers can protect their reputation and connect with readers in a way that machinery can't. AI can be a valuable asset as a brainstorming assistant or outline generator.

Publication editors are looking for high-quality, unique, and insightful content. AI-generated content can't serve this up, but human writers can provide a personal, conversational voice and understanding of current trends. You have to be able to deliver content that stands out.

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