Gone are the days when writing was considered an art form, mastered only by a chosen few who possessed the elusive talent of weaving magic with words. Now, with the power of AI and language models like ChatGPT, it seems that anyone can pick up a quill (or keyboard) and write their way to literary greatness. Writing is no longer a magic trick, it's a universal skill. So, what are the consequences of writing skills becoming democratized? Writing abilities no longer give you an edge As AI continues to advance and writing skills become accessible to a wider audience, the competitive edge of writing proficiency will diminish. The ability to effectively convey one's ideas is no longer a unique advantage. When everyone has the power of AI to write good English, people will no longer get left behind only because they can't articulate things in good English. With the help of AI, people will be able to better express their thoughts and ideas, regardless of their language abilities. This can lead to greater participation and diversity in various fields and industries. This can also help reduce the stigma associated with language barriers. Those who were previously disadvantaged due to their inability to express themselves effectively in writing will now have improved opportunities. While thinking skills are not dependent on language, it will become easier for thinkers to express their thoughts in English, regardless of their language abilities. This means that individuals with strong thinking skills will be able to contribute to society in a meaningful way, even if they do not have the same level of writing ability as others. Only thinking and ideas will matter As Henry Ford once said, “Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it.” In order to succeed in the digital age, individuals and organizations will need to be able to think critically, generate innovative ideas, and inspire change through their thoughts and actions. Those who will be able to develop strong thinking skills will be well-positioned to succeed in the future. […]
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