Ever since the world started seeing ChatGPT as the potential threat that it can be to the creative world at large, everyone’s been, to say the least, worried and anxious. Some up-in-arms.
Honestly, I’m afraid.
But I am not the kind of person who will take such things at face value or sit down and just worry.
I tried the apps out to help me flesh out two full articles.
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The verdict? Not too bad, honestly. I see that the apps can flesh out and produce valid points that even I, as someone who researches, writes, publishes, and promote digital content daily cannot deny as practical and usable content.
So, what am I thinking? Quit because robots are taking over the world?
No, I personally think these new technologies are, in fact, forcing the serious ones of us to become even more human in our work. The first industry to be affected is the creative one, needless to say.
I’ve even tried out TikTok’s various face detection and character manipulation tools. I was so shocked by the realistic results…at first. I was, first, bewitched, then worried, and then straight-up freaked out.
With just my eyes, nose, ears, and lips, these apps can combine them with an existing ‘template’ (sorry for the lack of a better word) to make it look so damn real that it scares humans like me.
What in the world….?
Just a couple of years ago, the world was intrigued with how we could use our faces to unlock the screens on our smartphones.
As I go through the news about the latest AI technology and development, I am amazed and scared at the same time.
We don’t need video editors anywhere because we have Pictory. And when I watched a Youtube tutorial of someone demonstrating the use of Murf, it seems that the AI-generated voice-overs are becoming less and less robotic. Generally speaking, people hate listening to videos with robotic narration. I am sure a lot of people can agree with me. Murf is hitting it quite accurately…and will continue to improve.