In school, I learned the basics of good writing — keep it short, concise, and grammatically correct.
By that definition, AI-written content should be good, right? Yet, when I play around with tools like ChatGPT, I notice a few red flags.
Sure, it’s grammatically correct, but it gives off serious “corporate speak” vibes. It follows a logical sequence, but it often goes on lengthy tangents. And while its responses may be accurate, it often lacks a unique perspective.
This isn’t to suggest AI-written content is inherently bad. But if you plan to leverage AI for content creation, it’s important to know where it falls short, and how to fix it.