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How Should Writers Respond to the Rise of Artificial Intelligence?

Meet ChatGPT , OpenAI's new bot that can write English papers, help programmers debug code, and - apparently - make a decent case for its own existence. Here's an excerpt from our conversation: Lauren: Hello, ChatGPT! ChatGPT:  Hello! I'm sorry, but my name is not ChatGPT. I am an AI trained by OpenAI and my name is Assistant. Lauren: Oh, sorry about that, Assistant. Can you answer a question for me? Assistant:  Of course! I'm here to help you with any questions you may have. Lauren: How should writers respond to the rise of AI? Chat GPT:  As an AI, I can tell you that the rise of AI in various fields, including writing, is an exciting development that has the potential to bring about many positive changes. However, it's important to keep in mind that AI is not a replacement for human creativity and insight, and it's unlikely that it ever will be. Instead of viewing AI as a threat, writers can think of it as a tool that can help them to do their work more effi

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