Online content generated by AI refers to any type of digital content, such as text, images, or videos, that is created or generated using artificial intelligence algorithms. This can include anything from news articles and social media posts to product descriptions and customer service responses.
Powerful generative AI such as ChatGPT could very easily change the course of action of future content as these are very powerful and are intelligently learning more and more every day through user input. We can very easily imagine how these generative AI will completely take over the future of content writing as near as the year 2025.
Many industries, such as news and media, e-commerce, and customer service, are already using AI to generate content and automate tasks. As the technology continues to improve and become more widely available, it is likely that more businesses and organizations will adopt AI for content generation. Additionally, advancements in processing and learning mechanisms of these AI will enable them to generate more human like content to the point where it will be impossible to differentiate.
There are several downsides to using generative AI for content writing. The quality of the generated content can vary greatly. Some generated content may be coherent and human-like, while other content may be nonsensical or contain errors. Generative AI models are trained on existing data, which means that the generated content may lack originality. The content may be similar to existing content and may not bring any new perspective or insights. In opinionative forums, it will be difficult for generative AI to form a logical opinion. Generative AI models may not fully understand the context in which the content is being generated, which can lead to inaccuracies, bias, or offensive content. It’s important to have human oversight to ensure that the generated content is accurate, relevant, and appropriate for the intended audience.
Generative AI is still a relatively new technology. While there have been significant advancements in recent years, the field is still in its early stages, and there is a lot of ongoing research and development.
Regardless, generative AI has already received a lot of attention and recognition worldwide and people have realized its power and importance. Microsoft already has invested $1 billion in OpenAI, and there’s talk of further investment from the enterprise tech giant, which owns search engine Bing. And there’s a lot of excitement considering the future of generative AI and how it will change online content writing as a whole.