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AI is Being Leveraged to Write Articles "Journaling Over Coffee"

Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of the fast-rising technologies in the world today and is already showing its worth in many industries. It is used in various areas, from self-driving cars to language translation software. This technology has proven to be so much more than what was thought of in its early days.

AI writing tools have become a leading way this technology is used. These tools have come a long way since the days of spellcheck. Today, writers, bloggers and marketers use AI writing tools to generate short and long copy, which speeds up content production. However, although AI writing and software can help writers research, outline and create content, it is far from being foolproof to eliminate human writers. Instead of replacing human writers, it can only help supplement writing processes. As such, human writers are still the driving force behind the copy. Here are some ways in which writers leverage AI to produce articles.

  1. Write up an outline fast

Developing an outline is one of the challenges a writer faces when writing a copy. However, AI writing tools can help you write an outline fast. The outline developed can be used to produce a draft of an article or can be outsourced to a professional article writer to finish the job. An AI writing tool can help you generate an article outline based on the collective data. The headline is quality enough and can help you produce the content you need. For people who find it difficult to organize their thoughts, outline capability streamlines their writing processes and gives them a clear roadmap for moving forward.

  1. Measuring fluency

AI has shown impressive potential in measuring the fluency of words. It has excelled in various tests like trivia generation, reading comprehension and translation. Furthermore, science questions, arithmetic, story completion and unscrambling of sentences have all been solved by AI systems. With properly fine-tuned AI models, all the fluency issues that could plague human experts are solved. This is something that was thought to be impossible.

  1. Making instructions clear

Human writers often make mistakes in their copies. Some of these errors can cost them if not rectified in time. With the advancement of AI tools, you can always provide the necessary clarity and know how your content should sound. AI can also help writers know the right tone, agenda, and many other things that can be difficult and time-consuming for human writers. With the right AI tools at your disposal, you get substantial inputs before you produce your content.

  1. Researching

In addition to generating sentences and paragraphs, some AI models have the potential to provide facts and figures they get from the internet. However, overreliance on AI to gather information may be catastrophic. While AI tools can be useful in research, a writer still needs to verify the information they gather from the internet. These tools can provide false data. Therefore, no matter how good an AI tool is, consider going through the facts and addressing the issues you identify. Although AI has improved significantly in this area, it is not up to the task and can sometimes make errors that need a human eye. For example, they may collect data from old sources on the internet or may not fact-check as would be the case with human experts.

  1. Improving productivity

Content writing can be a difficult job. It entails conducting keyword research, developing ideas and reviewing them frequently. These activities are tedious and can be draining emotionally. Machine learning can assist writers in organizing their goals and can give instructions that can help them become better and more efficient writers.

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Scott Koegler

Scott Koegler is Executive Editor for PMG360. He is a technology writer and editor with 20+ years experience delivering high value content to readers and publishers. 

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