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AI and the Written Word: Redefining Creativity in the Era of Assistance vs. Generation
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AI and the Written Word: Redefining Creativity in the Era of Assistance vs. Generation

Author(s): Dr Richard Matthews – Chief AI Officer RHEM Labs

Originally published on Towards AI.

The battle lines are drawn in the sand: on one side, advocates for AI-assisted creativity champion a future where technology elevates human expression; on the other, detractors cling to fear, casting AI-generated content as the villain threatening the sanctity of the written word.

This intersection of AI-assisted and AI-generated content is causing me to reassess the very fabric of creativity and ownership.

If people are saying those who use AI tools are not writers, creators, or ethical experts, then my entire business model at RHEM Labs is doomed for failure.

A world where AI lowers the barriers for people with disabilities will never exist.

Photo by Andrea De Santis on Unsplash

As I looked around researching for this article, I uncovered the potential for a seamless blend of technology and human expression.

I found a perfect solution to the problems I have raised in my previous articles.

How creators with disabilities will be affected

The solution I found not only accentuates the synergy between humanity and technology but also threatens our very humanity.

I’ve found a solution where we can all move forward. Where AI Assistance doesn’t require those with disabilities to be labeled. Those who blindly use AI-generated content will not compete with those who continue to work.

I… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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