Tuesday 13 December 2022

Asking ChatGPT to blog like me

AI not on my blogging mission

I decided to try the ChatGPT Artificial Intelligence Chatbot that apparently specialises in dialogue, as we are told. As a presumably blogging veteran of 19 years, you read so much about AI and how the developments, advances, and mechanics of it might eventually replace us and our sometimes-unappreciated creativity.

I had one question to ask the ChatGPT to answer and immediately it produced a blog that I have published below.

Somehow, I feel in this area of creative expression, much as ChatGPT was quick to run to the press, I doubt it gave heed to the most essential component of my request which is to write in my style with reference to my blog.

Maybe, just maybe, for now, I will not be replaced by an AI facility pretending to gather and express my thoughts in my somewhat unique way. God forfend, American spelling, I am quite truly offended.

I may at another time conduct a review of how and why I might or may not have written this blog this way.

The link to ChatGPT, registration with Captcha and Multifactor Authentication (MFA) will be requested.

Request to ChatGPT

Write a blog in the style of Akin Akintayo who blogs at https://akinblog.nl

ChatGPT output

[Edited only for formatting]

Hello everyone!

Today, I wanted to talk about the importance of self-reflection. As we go about our daily lives, it's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle and forget to take a step back and reflect on ourselves and our actions.

But self-reflection is crucial for personal growth and development. By regularly taking the time to introspect, we can gain a better understanding of ourselves, our motivations, and our goals. We can also identify areas where we need to improve and make changes to become the best versions of ourselves.

One way to practice self-reflection is to set aside some time each day, perhaps in the evening before bed, to reflect on the events of the day. Ask yourself questions like:

·        What did I do well today?

·        What could I have done better?

·        What did I learn today?

Another way to practice self-reflection is to keep a journal. Writing down our thoughts and experiences can help us process them and gain insights that we might not have otherwise.

In addition to personal growth, self-reflection can also improve our relationships with others. By understanding ourselves better, we can communicate more effectively and empathize with others. We can also identify and address any negative patterns of behavior that might be damaging to our relationships.

So make sure to set aside some time for self-reflection. It might not always be easy, but it's an essential part of being a happy and fulfilled person.

Until next time, take care!

Akin Akintayo

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