Can you trust me? ChatGPT and AI

With the latest topic of conversation on the amazing accuracy of ChatGPT, it’s no surprise that a lot of people are starting to question how they are going to be able to tell the difference between real and robot.

What is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is a tool that auto-generates text and answers to any (or most) questions you ask it.

With most of us flocking to see what the fuss is all about, it’s ended up being amazingly accurate.

With its accuracy, has swiftly brought up the question of ‘How can we know what is real anymore?’

It’s true. How do you know if this is even real? Who wrote this? Was it me? Did I just type in some vague statements and have it written for me?

This is in fact me – and there is one very simple way you can tell.

What do I have that ChatGPT doesn’t have?

That’s easy. We emote. ChatGPT is fantastic at giving answers to questions with an objective answer, but I am yet to see a result that comes with a dash of personality and feeling.

This tool has become a game-changer for businesses, even employees and students needing swift answers, but there is a risk that comes from copy and pasting what ChatGPT provides. By instantly replacing a human-being with a tool like this, you are also taking away any soul, humour, emotion and character to that role.

These elements are how anything is set apart.

Each and every one of us comes with our own voice, our own feelings and our own way of thinking. That is something that cannot be taken away from what you are selling, handing-in or working on.

ChatGPT is a great resource for quick answers, but let’s not forget who we are and how we want to put that across online – don’t shy away from adding your own spark.

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