Is AI copywriting a thing?

June 3, 2022
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Nowadays, AI is everywhere – from self-driving cars to voice recognition systems that can read your voice and understand what you are saying.

Writing a copy is not an easy task. You can’t just sit down and say “I’m going to write a great product description,” because people already do that and it rarely works out anyway. Like most things in life, it takes time, experience and training.

AI will one day be able to help you on the copywriting front. It will understand your marketing goals better than you yourself can. It will be able to spot trends and develop better content for you. It will help you write more clearly, move faster and get better results from your customers.

Nowadays, AI is everywhere – from self-driving cars to voice recognition systems that can read your voice and understand what you are saying.

• A large team of experts is working on developing machine-learning algorithms that can link user attributes like gender with online behavior so that they can be used to write better content for user groups, including women (who are more likely to describe themselves as "tech-savvy"), children and Millennials (who are more likely to describe themselves as tech-savvy).  This is still a large problem, but advances are already being made - e.g., an AI team created by Microsoft Research has been trained on over 900 words of Wikipedia text to produce its own source material for articles about young people's technology interests; they learned how important writing was in this group).

• Microsoft Research also developed an algorithm that could automatically detect misconceptions regarding racial terms like "Asian" or "black" in its search results .  This way machines don't have to make judgment calls about whether something patriotic or self-aggrandizing (like "Black Lives Matter,") is truly true or not; instead machine learning algorithms use the available information about users' beliefs about race to generate more accurate versions of these phrases. 

• In 2017 Facebook announced it had trained artificial intelligence algorithms on over 60 million public posts from top news stories across America's major newspapers (including national news outlets) so that they could track what users were reading when they clicked on links in social

In other words, AI is a powerful tool that can help you build and improve your writing, though it is still very much a work in progress. Even though AI is still in its infancy, it has a lot of promise. And the fact that we have this technology available doesn’t mean we should wait for it to become more mature before using it. We should use it now!

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