We asked an AI to write this blog for us about whether AIs can write a meaningful blog. The results are surprising!
Over 40% of marketers report that they are using some form of automation for their social media posts alone, you can bet that these numbers will continue to rise as time goes on. But what does this mean for humans? Will AI content creation ever replace us?
A recent study found that not only were 66% of respondents indicating they would prefer AI content production if given a choice. Why?
Content generation is an integral part of marketing
It’s important to have a content strategy that ensures you’re generating enough relevant, high-quality content to drive traffic and engagement.
AI content generation has been around for decades, but it’s not something that will replace humans
Its development is not over yet. Artificial intelligence will continue to expand the input words into sentences that are creative, interesting, and engaging as long as people keep pushing their boundaries!
Creativity and creativity are two different things – the latter cannot be replicated by machines
Creativity and creativity are two different things, but they aren’t exact opposites. Creativity is the ability to think of new ideas and use them. Creativity can be cultivated by looking for opportunities, being flexible, trying out different possibilities, and not limiting oneself.
Machines may be able to generate content, but they lack the human touch that makes them engaging.
Thanks to the advancement of technology, machines are capable of producing content on their own. They are unable to capture emotions and thoughts in an interesting way as humans can.
This means people should still have jobs in this industry because they won’t be replaced by robots anytime soon.
AI content generation can be traced back to the 1960s and 70s when computer scientists were trying to create a program called ELIZA which could simulate conversation with humans by using keyword matching software. In those early days, ELIZA was able to generate responses like “Tell me more about your family” or “I’m sorry I don’t understand.” Fast forward nearly 50 years later and you’ll find machines are still not as good at generating creative content as people – but they’re getting better every day because creativity cannot be replicated by AI (yet). Machines may be able to generate content, but they lack the human touch that makes them engaging.
Why Can’t AI Writing Replace Professional Content Writers?
The question on many marketers’ minds right now is: why can’t artificial intelligence (AI) writing replace professional content writers? The two professions are at the crux of the debate. AI-writing advocates believe that machines will soon be able to create better, more engaging content than humans, and hence should take their place as “content creators.” On the other hand, professionals in this field disagree with this idea, believing that there’s no such thing as a perfect machine and that human creativity cannot be replicated by AI. This blog post explores these beliefs and debates whether or not we should expect AI to replace professionals anytime soon. The first major argument for using AI instead of human writers is its ability to produce higher quality content faster.
Conclusion paragraph: It’s a little unnerving to think that AI could be writing your content for you. But it doesn’t have to be all bad news- especially if you use this technology as a tool and not a crutch. You can still take the wheel, just with better cruise control. If you find yourself worrying about how AI is going to replace your job in digital marketing, don’t worry too much! Let us know @crowdtamers on Twitter or contact our team of experts at CrowdTamers today so we can help figure out what’s best for your business needs.