Social Media to Chat GPT

Karen Kaye
2 min readJun 7, 2023

Oh, what a web we weave, the times they are changing as a writer who is constantly creating new and fresh ideas. Today’s writers are struggling with this new thing called Chat GPT, the good the bad and the ugly.

As we have progressed in the age of social media from My Space to Artificial Intelligence, which has gone from simple communications with friends and families to being able to write and produce an entire movie using dead actors.

To say scary and dangerous to say the least because jobs are being lost with this innovative technology as A.I. is now part of our present and future.

The definition of ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI and released in November 2022. The name “ChatGPT” combines “Chat”, referring to its chatbot functionality, and “GPT”, which stands for Generative Pre-trained Transformer, a type of large language model.

When using ChatGPT, it is important to know that using this can be detected with A.I. Detectors can tell if a human authored the story or if it was machine generated. It is a dangerous and scary time for writers, and people who claim to be writers who want to try and get fame and fortune using a skill that they did not create, do the research on.

The Writers’ Guild is fighting to get it under control and is one of the issues of in the writers' strike. There are a few things you should be wary of when using the AI chatbot, however. According to the developers, ChatGPT does have the potential to produce biased and harmful content.

Remember that ChatGPT can check to see if your writing is written by a machine or human, it gives you the exact percentage.

So, remember as technology changes it is important to stay on top of the new. ChatGPT is not meant to be used right now as a writer replacement, even though it looks as if we are headed that way. Use it wisely as a basic research tool, and still make sure you add your own personal sense of feelings into everything you write. A human has feelings, a machine does not and can’t relate to what people are actually feeling.

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Karen Kaye

Hollywood Happenings is an on-line community newspaper, created, copyrighted and trademarked in 2003. I am an award winning sports writer, Red Carpet interviews