Writers Writing (And Talking About) AI Content Writing
Writers on AI Content Writing
With the growing number of AI Content Generation tools and increased use by writers of AI content software, we thought we’d reach out to writers using AI writing software and others who have yet to and ask them questions about their thoughts on AI Content writing.
We reached out to old friends and new friends and asked them these questions:
- What’s the most important thing writers should know about creating content with AI content generation software?
- What is going to be the impact of ai content gen on writers?
Here’s what folks had to say, some fantastic insights on ROI, and also some fascinating takes on why folks don’t use AI writing software; read and watch the videos to gain their insights:
Darby Rollins Darby Rollins – Founder – The AI Author | LinkedIn
Darby Rollins is an entrepreneur, marketer, and Amazon best-selling author. He’s the founder of The AI Author (theaiauthor.com), where he helps people write books with AI. In his spare time, you can find Darby drumming or searching the streets of Austin, TX, for the next-best taco truck in town.
Ultimately, AI content gen will help writers to produce better content more quickly and efficiently.
What’s the most important thing writers should know about creating content with ai content generation software?
“There are a few things that writers should keep in mind when creating content with AI content generation software. First and foremost, it’s important to ensure that the data input is of good quality. The context provided to AI is key to generating quality results, and if the data is poor, the AI will produce poor content. Secondly, it’s important to be aware that the AI may not always get things right – writers should always be prepared to review and edit the AI’s work before publishing. Last but not least, it’s important to keep in mind that AI-generated content still needs to be written with the human reader in mind and should be used to supplement human-generated content, not replace it.”
What is going to be the impact of ai content gen on writers?
“AI content generation will have a significant impact on writers, and not just in terms of the volume of content that will be produced. Writers will need to be prepared to review and edit the AI’s work before publishing. AI writing tools allow humans to elevate themselves in terms of content production and take a higher-level approach to the process. This puts more people in a position to strategize and think of the bigger picture while the AI does the heavy lifting on the front end before publication. Ultimately, AI content gen will help writers to produce better content more quickly and efficiently.”
Professional Actor and Executive Producer of With Jeff
Formerly Multi-Platform Storyteller https://jeffcutler.com
Where I sit, it’s no longer worth the effort to compete with word mills.
“In the practice of creating content with ai software, writers should examine phrasing, word-use, and accepted meanings critically. As evidenced in traditional/non-ai content and journalism environments, even human writers fall prey to mistakes when there’s no ‘copy-editor’ layer in the process. Simply put, the best writers will rise to the ‘top.’ Whether that means the world’s best writers will shift irreversibly toward writing ONLY as art, who knows? Where I sit, it’s no longer worth the effort to compete with word mills. I think the future for me is in screenplays, novels, taglines, and naming. Especially because content is being delivered much cheaper by computers that spit out keywords into an automated SEO blurb.”
Senior Copywriter The Ōnin Group https://www.linkedin.com/in/lefthandedwriter/
Danny Thompson on All About Writers on AI Content Writing by AIContentGen
Sheri Masters is a freelance writer based in North Carolina.
Nicholas Scalice Founder of Earnworthy https://www.linkedin.com/in/nscalice/
There you have it; we’ll continue the series over time. Want to chime in? Comment or reach out to be part of our series!