The rise of chatGPT and many other AI-powered tools is redefining and causing a big divide on how content creators should address content.
While many feel any content written by AI should be labelled as AI-assisted, others feel such content is our collective training of the AI, and so it also means we wrote it through AI.
The future is pregnant; however, we are unaware of what it holds, but we know for sure a baby must come forth, whether alive or dead; we can only speculate.
ChatGPT opened the eyes of content creators to how fast they can generate content and push their articles to their readers.
It was a revolution, and many content creatives began to create content using chatGPT; however, why this content was unique and plagiarism free; it was generic according to a lot of content analyzers.
Many have claimed the ability to know an article written by AI against one written by a human, and this created a question I would try to answer in this article.
How do you know when AI writes a text?
This article, written by , mentioned some critical features of checking AI content, making mistakes, and using AI detector tools, which were some of the significant ways outlined in the article. Still, we decided to take this to the test.
Could AI outsmart AI?
We took this to the test by passing around an idea and asking ChatGPT to write a few contents and pass it against Ai detectors to spot the difference.
Idea: Explain what the future holds for AI-powered content.
The first draft – “The future of AI-powered content is likely to see continued growth and advancements in the capabilities of AI systems to generate, analyze, and understand human language.
This will likely lead to increased use of AI in content creation, such as writing news articles, creating marketing materials, and generating social media posts. AI may also be used more widely in content analysis and curation, such as in identifying and summarizing critical insights from large amounts of text data.
However, it is also likely that as AI systems become more advanced and more widely used, there will be increasing concerns about the impact of AI on jobs and the potential for AI-generated content to be used for malicious purposes.”
We passed this through some AI content detectors, , .
AI detectors analyzed this text as one written by AI, and I decided to tweak the text and create a more human-like natural writing pattern.
Next, I suggested the following to ChatGPT
- Remove complex sentences
- Add emotional context
- Personalize the article
I got this:
Second draft – The future of AI-powered content is a topic that excites everyone but also makes many nervous. On the one hand, we can see the incredible potential for AI to revolutionize the way we create and analyze content.
Imagine AI’s ability to produce high-quality news articles, engaging marketing materials, and relatable social media posts at scale.
But on the other hand, I can’t help but wonder about the impact this will have on jobs and the possibility of AI-generated content being used for nefarious purposes.
And let’s not forget AI systems, no matter how advanced, will always lack the human touch, emotions, and mistakes that make content unique and relatable.
We reran the text against the AI content detector, and the result was quite different.
Writer.com shows a human wrote the entire text 100%.
While contentatscale gave me 49%.
I was not done yet; I needed to make this more unique and pass every test it was against, and I decided to input a few of my posts and retrain ChatGPT to write like me.
Here is the result.
Third draft: “I’m both excited and wary about the future of AI-powered content. The idea of AI being able to produce high-quality news articles, marketing materials, and social media posts at scale is cool.
But at the same time, I worry about its effects on jobs and the possibility of AI-generated content being used for nefarious purposes.
Plus, let’s be real, AI may be advanced, but it will never have the same emotional intelligence and personal touch that humans can bring to content creation.”
It gets scary as I use cool and real a lot.
I rechecked, and the result was 73%. I decided to run the final text with my content to see the outcome.
This time, I asked ChatGPT to strip it off rigid lines and make it less complicated for readers to understand.
Guess what? The result was astounding, 100%. AI was able to beat AI in creating text that passed AI detectors.
One truth is constant; the future is no longer how smart we are but how complex and powerful the next generation of AI will soon become.
With more AI detectors created, AI will evolve and build itself into our DNA and take on our personal to develop more unique features that mirror our existence.
In the book , Kelly explains how AI will dynamically become us, and this will bring singularity.
We must come to the table and ask ourselves do we fight this evolution or try to see how to understand it better.
Tomorrow will bring more advanced AI to understand the loops of today’s hurdles. While this is just a trial version, we can imagine what the next generation of AI will do.
While this is my thought and not ChatGPT, a Robot wrote it!!!
We are in the time of Robot!!!