ChatGPT has taken the world by storm in a very short period of time, as users continue to test the boundaries of what the AI chatbot can accomplish, and so far it's a lot. And a lot of that is negative like Samsung workers accidentally leaking top-secret data while using ChatGPT, malware scams being pushed, privacy and data collection issues, and rampant plagiarism including its use in writing college essays . And while ChatGPT can and has been used for wrongdoing, to the point where the Future of Life Institution released an open letter calling for the temporary halt of OpenAI system work , AI isn't all bad. In fact, if you writing anything in any capacity, then you have used AI to enhance your writing in some way. The most common, of course, is grammar and spelling correction tools found in everything from email applications to word processors. So how do you bridge the gap between using AI as the tool it is without crossing over into plagiarism city? In fact, there are many ways ChatGPT can be used to enhance your writing skills, and this especially goes for creative writing, which can take a lot of time and effort in terms of researching, developing, and organizing ideas and information. By using AI as it was intended — as a tool and not a crutch — it can enrich your writing in ways that help to better your craft, without resorting to it writing everything for you. Summarizing […]
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