Recently, I posted a blog about AI and how it is stealing creativity. Now, a recently published New York Times article reinforces my personal opinion that, not only creativity but, the truth could be replaced as well.
See if you can tell which of these essays was written by a fourth grader or by a chatbot. You may be quite surprised.
With the rise of artificial intelligence (AI), there has been a lot of talk about how AI will change the world as we know it. Among the many ways it is expected to change the world, one of the most controversial is its impact on creativity. Some people believe that AI will destroy creativity because it will make things too easy and predictable. However, there are others who believe that it will enhance creativity because it will give people new tools to work with. So, which is it? Will AI destroy or enhance creativity? Let's take a look at both sides of the argument.
The Argument for AI Destroying Creativity
There are a few reasons why some people believe that AI will ultimately lead to the destruction of creativity. First, they argue that AI takes away the element of surprise. When everything is predictable, there is no room for creativity. Second, they argue that AI makes things too easy. When everything is easy, people become complacent and stop thinking outside the box. Third,...