Why AI cannot replace your writer: Part two

In part one of this series, we discussed the growing popularity of AI-generated content and where it lacks in terms of creativity and voice. While this AI work may seem like a masterpiece at first sight, it begins to show its flaws upon further inspection, most notably, its distinct lack of a human voice. For part two, we will be delving into another concerning aspect of AI creation: legal and ethical concerns.

Plagiarism and ethics concerns

If those beautiful photos of orange lips and deformed hands weren’t enough to dissuade the use of AI, there are other reasons to be hesitant to allow AI to generate content for you. Namely, the ethical and legal issues and debates that the creation and use of AI content are currently steeped in.

The creation of content

In regard to the creation of content, companies behind AI are often using data, creations, and information taken from the internet without any regard to the owner of that content. AI art, for example, learns by examining millions of pieces of artwork and replicating what it learns. However, neither the AI nor the company behind the AI has the rights to those images.


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