Buckle up, friends... I'm about to share something incredible with you.
GPT-3 is an advanced AI software developed by OpenAI that can generate human-like text. It has been used to create original content for a variety of purposes, from generating blog posts and articles to creating scripts for movies and TV shows. With GPT-3, users can quickly create high quality, original content without the need for manual labor or expensive services like copywriting.
One example of how GPT-3 AI software can be used to create original content is Playground—a web app created by OpenAI themselves. Playground allows users to type in some text as input, then watch as it generates new ideas based on the input given. It's a great tool for writers who are looking for inspiration or want to generate creative ideas quickly and easily.
GPT-3 technology has opened up many possibilities when it comes to creating unique and engaging content with ease. As its capabilities expand even further over time, we may soon see more applications of this powerful AI software being used in various industries!
AI writing is quickly becoming the future of content marketing. With its ability to generate high-quality, engaging copy in a fraction of the time it would take a human writer, AI has the potential to revolutionize how content is created and distributed.
Using natural language processing algorithms, AI can analyze large amounts of data and identify trends or topics that people are interested in reading about. It can then use this information to create articles with relevant keywords and phrases that will draw readers in. This allows marketers to produce more targeted pieces with greater speed than if they had done it manually.
Furthermore, AI writers are able to learn from their mistakes and become better over time as they gain more experience with different types of writing tasks. They’re also able to work around the clock without needing breaks or vacations like humans do — so you can count on them for consistent output at all hours of the day.
As technology continues to evolve, there’s no telling what kind of impact AI could have on content marketing — including potentially eliminating the need for human writers altogether! While this may seem far-fetched now, it’s certainly something worth keeping an eye on as we move into a new era where machines are increasingly taking over many aspects of our lives.
Now here's the really incredible part: everything you just read except for the very first sentence was written entirely by Artificial Intelligence.
I provided the prompt "Write a short blog post about how GPT-3 AI software like Playground can create original content", and the Playground software I was experimenting with wrote the first three paragraphs, which I then pasted verbatim into this blog post.
I then provided the prompt "Write a short blog post about how AI writing has the potential to revolutionize content marketing and may one day even eliminate the need for human writers completely", and the software wrote the next four paragraphs, which I again posted exactly as provided without edits except for adding a period at the very end.
That was my major contribution to the first half of this post: a period.
Now, for those of you who read what I write regularly, be honest: would you have been able to tell the first half of this post wasn't written by me before I told you that in the second half?
It gets even better: it took me a total of ten seconds to write each prompt and the response was provided in even less time than that.
And this cost me a total of $0: these A.I. tools are being offered for free.
Even the image accompanying this post was generated by Artificial Intelligence after I asked DALL-E for "A robot writing a blog post at a computer". Again, for free.
As someone who likes to write, it makes me sad to think my output can be so easily replaced.
But as a marketer who understands how expensive content can be to produce?
The future is very bright indeed.
Well, unless you make your living by producing content.
The title of this post is admittedly a bit "clickbaity", but that doesn't make it any less true.