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An AI Generated Blog on AI that Write Blogs

I was planning to write an article on AI writing software. Ten seconds into my first google search on the subject I found a site called that offered a free trial of their article writing software. As there were no terms or conditions stipulating that I could not do this, I have published it below.

Computer scientists are using the latest artificial intelligence (AI) for the first time in a wide range of applications, from computer vision and machine learning to speech recognition and speech communication. Sources: 12
An artificial intelligence system that generates realistic stories, poems, and articles has been updated to be almost as good as a human author today. The program, called Manuscript Writer, uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create the paper, according to the company that created it, sciNote LLC. She works by creating an article that touts itself as man-made. In order to make the article as realistic as possible and as precise as human writing, artificial intelligence ensures that the language used is natural. Sources: 1, 2, 5, 8
The text is created using the latest neural network model of language, GPT-3, published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the US Department of Energy's science department. Sources: 17
This means that bloggers and authors can also use artificial intelligence to present high-quality, high-quality content to their readers. The intelligent algorithm automatically reads an infinite number of articles and has the ability to do research and go through them before writing an article in its own words. She then writes the article using a neural network model of language, in the words of intelligent algorithms. Sources: 7, 18, 21
In addition to the AI tools discussed above, there are a number of other artificial intelligence tools that are described in software programs and apps that can be considered, including Articoolo, QuillBot and Wordsmith. Here are some examples of Artificial Intelligence that write articles that can help you improve the technical quality of your content. Sources: 18
If you find it hard to believe that artificial intelligence tools can foam out highly creative content, read the following poem, produced by Professor Parker's AI software. This poem shows that machine learning and artificial intelligence technology can produce boring, high-quality, data-driven articles. If you are really interested in artificial intelligence, you should enroll in the Udacity course on artificial intelligence to acquire a nanodegree in artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is not yet capable of producing high-quality content with high technical quality, but it is still an important part of our future. Sources: 18, 20
We can use bots to write blog articles, but the quality will not be as good as if we were using real people for it. AI can write real news articles (although, to be clear, it can do so in a news article that is sometimes so compelling that you wouldn't be surprised to read it in the paper). Sources: 4, 23
If people had been asked two decades ago what artificial intelligence can do, writing would not have been at the top of the list. If all the signs are bright for the future, there is still a long way to go to have artificial intelligence that can write entire books, but when completed, they will make the leap forward. Perhaps ClickZ will follow the same path and start publishing content written by artificial intelligence and edited by humans in a way that we couldn't even know what it means. I would like to address some concerns about future articles - the generation of algorithms. Sources: 2, 3, 11, 16
Nowadays, online writing tools are used to generate new ideas, review the sound, and edit content. Facebook, for example, uses artificial intelligence to deliver content to those who try to become addicted to its service. Amazon uses it to get you to buy more of their products, as well as for other purposes such as advertising. Sources: 13, 22
The Guardian newspaper recently published an article entirely written by artificial intelligence. The Guardian used a speech generator called GPT-3, built by Elon Musk's research laboratory, which has been critical of artificial intelligence in the past. Sources: 6, 15
I asked the system to write a short blog post entitled "Can AI write business blogs?" and it wrote the article in full. It's a bit clunky, but it also raises some interesting questions: If a writer uses AI to write an article, who wrote it, and what should be the byline? As I wrote this article, I wondered how the GPT-2 model could be used to train our own AI authors to imitate the writing of others. Consider the "Love Letter Toaster" extract created for the OpenAI Project, an organization dedicated to creating public models of artificial intelligence. Sources: 9, 12, 14, 19
An artificial intelligence language program called GPT-2, produced by researchers at San Francisco-based research firm OpenAI and the University of California, San Diego, has produced the first ever public model of a human being, like a writing model. Sources: 10
At the end of each section of the article you can read what artificial intelligence would predict next. This unit of academic writing will focus on linguistic aspects similar to those of the articles Google wrote and wrote at the university. At the end of each section of this article, one could read a description of what artificial intelligence would predict next, or read an example of a machine learning model of an article they wrote. Sources: 0, 23
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In fact this blog site is entirely written by AI. All my books, all my stories, all my poems, everything generated by computer following a few clicks of a mouse.

Do you believe me?

Do you not believe me?

Are you uncertain?

Now consider a world where this technology is running billions of bot accounts across social media platforms. Where it writes the very words on the teleprompters of our news teams. An article put out by Harvard dives deeper into existential threat which this technology poses, not just to writers’ careers but the systems of human society itself.

It is clear to me that legislation must be passed to prevent the eradication of human speech. Speech is not free when it is drowned out by AI. If we allow AI writing technology to advance unchecked, we will live in a world where human opinions are given no regard, and the entire discourse of society is an echo chamber of machine generated sound bites. In that world, only the person with the biggest stock portfolio will be heard, and the messages they broadcast will be designed to swell that portfolio.

A simple first step would be to legally require all AI generated speech to be signed by the AI that generated it, and the removal of said signature made a crime.

(to those still wondering, no the rest of my content is not written by AI. AI knows how to spell and punctuate properly.)

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