Can AI Replace Human Writers in The Field of Writing.?

“Writing is the painting of the voice”

First of all- NO. It is hardly possible for a machine no matter how intelligent its, cannot replace a human. Sure, AI is touching remarkable milestones and has made impossible things possible but, no matter how much it grows it can never have a creative mind and a compassionate heart like a human. Machine intelligence has made our life easier and it continues to do so but it can never replace us because Hello! We have made it.

There have been many machines like Quill and Heliograf that have been capable in producing the content but only when provided with the figures. The AI machines have produced exemplary produced short-reports or content when statistics were loaded but they are not found successful in writing moving content for the audience. Only humans have the capacity to strike and challenge other human’s thought processing.
Here are three reasons why humans are irreplaceable,

1. Machine generated content is expensive- Not everyone can afford to have a machine write content for them. First of all, it needs a lot of investment and secondly, even if it is made available as an online software, it won’t be affordable to every person.

2. Human touch is incomparable- Many Digital Marketing Companies have tried and compared the contents of the same title written by a machine and a human only to find human content gaining preferences among the other beings.

3. Not relatable content- Unless we are talking about a robot like Chitti (a humanoid in the film ROBOT), machine content can match the level of humans because it cannot think and process like them.

So if we take the word of experience from the big IT companies and Digital agencies, humans have a creativity in their brains that is priceless. So for now, writers are safe until an army of humanoids holocaust upon us in which case, we all be unemployed.

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