It Is Sickening How ChatGPT Is Turning Once Good Writers Into Clueless Zombies

By Juma / Published February 14, 2024 | 9:25 am




KEY POINTS

Great corporations have joined this robotization of their minds without even knowing. Imagine a brand using ChatGPT to write a press release, a description of their product, or a product that they produce. What is the point of producing something you can describe?


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As a publishing house, and as an editor, at least 40 stories, including press releases land on my computer daily. For the more than 10 years I have been editing content, the past two years have spelled doom with creativity from people dwindling.

I have watched once great writers, who wrote from their hearts and minds turning into clueless zombies, unable to contract even a simple sentence without consulting ChatGPT. It is a pathetic and sickening habit that is diluting great content.

Many have called me out saying that the change of ChatGPT is inevitable and that I should fall in line but what the same humans don’t know is that instead of them using their creativity to improve ChatGPT, they are letting ChatGPT create and decide how they should think.

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I have seen some terrible and shameful writings where someone is writing about his personal experiences but using ChatGPT. What the hell man? If you don’t know how to express your personal experiences in simple sentences, why even write them?

I have also come across someone writing about current affairs but using ChatGPT. If that is not dwarfism, I don’t know how to call it even.

Worst, great corporations have joined this robotization of their minds without even knowing. Imagine a brand using ChatGPT to write a press release, a description of their product, or a product that they produce. What is the point of producing something you can describe?

Nowadays, opinion pieces make no sense. They all start the same with some colorful language that only exists with machines. Totally out of touch. Call me old school but it is madness and laziness.

Using ChatGPT is not bad but why don’t you involve your brain even a little bit? Why not write from your heart and mind, then once done, instruct ChatGPT to polish it up?

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All many humans are doing, while bragging about being great writers, is giving commands to ChatGPT, then letting it write a whole story, with their only work being copying from the ChatGPT template and pasting it on Microsoft Word. Laziness can’t even describe that.

Where are those good writers who would craft some greatest organic and humourous pieces that touched the people? Where are those old bloggers who wrote pieces out of passion? What is happening now is… Insert any terrible word.

Do you want to get the best out of ChatGPT? If YES, then do the following:

  • Do not let it control you. Write out your creativity and let ChatGPT help you out.

  • If you know you want to write something where your input will only be 1 percent and 99 percent ChatGPT, then don’t write.

  • Turn on ChatGPT after you have already written something. ChatGPT helps help you refine your writing.

If you must use ChatGPT, then get rid of machine language that makes you look terrible, uncreative, and clueless… Why should you start a sentence with “In the country called Kenya…” What the hell is that? How do you start a sentence with “By…”? Why do you keep on telling us that something is a “beacon of…”? Nkt.

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About Juma

Juma is an enthusiastic journalist who believes that journalism has power to change the world either negatively or positively depending on how one uses it.(020) 528 0222 or Email: info@sokodirectory.com

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