After a few weeks of using ChatGPT a few things became clear to me.
ChatGPT is a powerful AI tool that has revolutionized the way people write content. Not only can it generate paragraphs of well-written text with just a few words in the prompt, but it can also act as a virtual collaborator, offering creative ideas and helpful suggestions.
While its output is often of a good quality, it can be emotionally lacking and is missing the personal touch of a human writer. This is why it is usually used as a supplement tool to a human writer, to aid in the creation of content that is both interesting and engaging.
The real power is when we are using the tool to fill the gaps in out skills.
It’s only a matter of time before a powerful and open alternative is available to the public. Much in the way that Stable Diffusion has overshadowed DALL-E2, there will be a drop in replacement for ChatGPT that eventually will offer perform what is currently available. Whatever that alternative is, it will no longer have the shackles that are currently limiting ChatGPT.
For better, for worse.