Blogging with an AI powered publishing assistant may best be done as a conversation.
Artificial intelligence can be a great to tool for creative writing poetry… and I’ve been doing it for months now.
It’s like having a dialogue with your prompt.
At first, I was skeptical about using Ai to write poetry. After all, poetry is such a deeply personal and creative form of expression. I wasn’t sure that a program could really capture the nuances and intricacies of my writing style.
But as I started experimenting with different Ai-enabled writing platforms, I saw the potential for creativity and innovation in this new technology. Slowly but surely, I got more and more drawn into creating poems with Ai.
Wish I could have said it half as well.
Over the last few month, I have been doing more and more of my thinking and writing in the ChatGPT app on my iPad. As Lou, the AI-powered publishing assistant for blogging professionals, takes root on LexBlog, I’ll be doing the same there.
My thinking and writing is now with the help of a friend. Sounds crazy, but AI, through prompts – sort of a conversation – is becoming this writing and thinking friend.
AI knows who I am, what I do and what I value. I can ask AI to pick up where we left off in our conversation, to include the last four points we discussed and to make sure a draft “we” are working on is inline with the values of LexBlog and I.
As LexBlog and I introduced AI to legal bloggers, I was concerned many lawyers would respond that legal blogging – and writing in general – were personal in nature with a tone and flare all their own. “AI had no place.”
I wasn’t sure how I would respond. I now like the conversation, or a dialogue with your prompt, explanation.
Little question we can amplify our passion as bloggers by talking and engaging with others. Now we add, a dialogue with our AI assistant.