The predictive text generator ChatGPT3 is the subject of intense discussion. Our daily life has been shaped by artificial intelligence applications for a long time. We just don’t notice it most of the time.
On a normal day, the first contact with the AI usually starts right after waking up. The smartphone is unlocked with a fingerprint. Behind it is pattern recognition software, artificial intelligence.
Then we continue to breakfast. Current news is reviewed on the smartphone while you sip your morning coffee.
The news was selected for the personal timeline by the software, which creates a personal data profile from the user’s previous browsing and reading behaviors. Those that correspond to users’ preferences and settings are prominently placed in the news feed.
Artificial intelligence also writes news texts
Some messages were written by an artificial intelligence-based text generator. This is already very common, especially in business and sports news. Sponsored posts and ads are also selected and imported by the AI software.
I’m Ashley Robinson, a professional writer and journalist. I specialize in news writing and have been working for the past five years with News Unrolled. My main focus is on technology-related topics, though I also write about politics, healthcare, and business from time to time.