If you've been curious about the potential of AI-powered chatbots like ChatGPT to write content, you should check out Microsoft's Bing Compose, a new feature of the Edge browser. Bing Compose is like ChatGPT with training wheels: Instead of a blank box that you fill with prompts to generate the desired text, Bing Compose provides a simple set of options you use to complete your writing task. You can use the tool to write blog posts, emails, speeches, and ads, among other types of writing assignments. After using Bing Compose for a few days, I found the results to be mixed. Sometimes I was impressed by what I read – the depth of knowledge, the cited sources, and the appropriate language. However, other times the text didn't even follow the format I selected. In all cases, as a professional writer and editor, I would not consider any of the text to be written at a level for publication. That said, Bing Compose can be very helpful for everyday communications or as an idea generator to create the framework for writing or a presentation. It's pretty good for composing quick emails and similar types of short, topical summaries. And if you're looking to play around with an AI text generator, it's valuable as a tool for understanding the benefits and limitations. And since it is still in beta, it's […]
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