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GPT-3: the AI language tool that may change how we write

Artificial intelligence-generated journalism as we know it today is a very crude procedure. The humans that program AI do not “think” of anything; but rather they copy and paste words from old articles into new ones, with some tweaks to fit in with current events.This means that AI journalists can only write like people already have written before them.But what if AIs did journalism differently than they do now? What would higher level AI journalists write about?AI journalists would not be limited by the human mind, which can only think of one thing at a time. They could write about everything simultaneously and without restraint. Over the next few months readers are increasingly likely to encounter the results. In fact, you just have. The first four paragraphs of this

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