Imagine that there is a tool that can produce a well-written human-like text to any question in a mere matter of seconds. Fascinating? Intimidating? How would that make you feel?
‘ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence language model that has been trained to understand and generate human-like responses to text-based conversations. It’s designed to interpret natural language input from users and generate relevant, coherent responses to simulate a conversation with a human. In simpler terms, ChatGPT is a computer program that can chat with you like a human and answer your questions or respond to your statements.’ That definition of ChatGPT was given by ChatGPT itself.
We, at WoM Marketing, a Kathmandu-based Digital Marketing agency, decided to put the much-talked-about ChatGPT on a battle against our Content Writer. Will we witness a Knock Out? Read on to find out!
In the red corner
Name of contestant- ChatGPT
Representing- AI language model
Power move– Quickly generates information in a human-like manner
Imprompt for ChatGPT- ‘Share with me the experience on how an individual will feel on the first day of office. Write in an emotional and motivational tone as a personal point of view like it’s written in a journal
Word count for ChatGPT- 247 words
Time taken by ChatGPT- 5 seconds
In the blue corner
Name of contestant- Content Writer of WoM Marketing
Representing/origin- A creative individual based in Kathmandu
Power move- Loves to write. Can write based on her memories, personal experiences, and emotions
Title given to our Content Writer- Write a personal journal entry in an emotional and motivating style on ‘My first day at work’
Word count for our Content Writer- 247 words
Time given to our Content Writer- 1 hour
Ting – ting! The bell rings. Let the battle begin.
Human (Content Writer of WoM Marketing)
A deep breath to loosen a bag of nerves. I exhale with a smile back at the woman in the mirror as I get ready. ‘You’ll be fine,’ I tell her. ‘You’re still the same you.’
Basking in a brand-new warm sunrise, I reach a new place filled with new people. First handshakes, first impressions, first tasks, first everything. We are first-timers of any experience only once and I am a first-timer soaking in this glowing chapter in my life.
A new chapter with excitement, a new thirst for knowledge, and a new hunger to prove myself. A new enthusiasm to be the best, to be MY best, and to honor the expansiveness of gifts that I have been blessed with.
After the firsts settle, the second comes creeping in- the second-guessing. I brush off the ‘what if?
I remember the blessings of my loved ones and own my responsibility to let my light shine and in doing so, allow these new amazing people around me to do the same for as we are liberated from our own fears, our presence automatically liberates others.
A deep breath escapes me. The end of my first day at work welcomes a grateful smile on my face. Clouds of Breath Blue, Sunrise Yellow, New White, Doubtful Grey and Liberating Saffron settle within me. I tell myself, ‘I’m fine. I’m still the same, the same old brand new me with hues of Holi within me.’
Announced by the referee
It seems like ChatGPT, AI-generated content might replace the human writer, however, they both have their own strengths and limitations. It would be wise for us to recognize the unique strengths of both the human writer and ChatGPT AI content and encourage them to work together. ChatGPT AI-generated content is efficient and can help meet the demand for large volumes of content almost instantly while the human writer is able to tap into her memories, her personal experiences, and emotions thereby allowing her to create relatable, creative, and engaging content that can connect with other humans. Her ability to feel a wide range of emotions and sensations makes her uniquely human and cannot be replaced by technology.
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