Impact of Artificial Intelligence in Writing (IITW) is a discipline of computer-assisted literature research. It was initiated at the University of London, with the aim of using artificial intelligence to improve the quality of writing for websites. It is very important to write well; good writing attracts readers and helps to establish your credibility. Good IITW articles can convey important ideas and can make an impact on your audience, whether that audience is business professionals or customers. The impact is often immediate, but can have long term effects. In this article I focus on one aspect of IITW – the way in which artificial intelligence can help to understand the theme of your article, in order to make it more interesting and appropriate for a specific audience.
As I understand it, good writing involves summarizing and interpretation of your subject matter in simple, accessible language, without confusing or otherwise distorting your readers. In writing for newspapers or magazines, or for publications such as books or journals, we want our readers to have access to information, to formulate their own interpretation, and to engage with the content. For newspapers and magazines, relevant context and accurate information is of great importance, especially when it comes to breaking news.
With IITW, you do not need to rely on sources outside the information network. You are not writing for a newspaper or magazine, but for a general audience. This is a wonderful advantage. If you have written a highly technical article, for example, your audience might be highly interested in how your technology matches up to that of others. However, for general purposes you may be happy with a more straightforward piece.
Your IITW article will therefore need to provide relevant information to readers. It should be clear, concise and well organized. To achieve this, you need to make use of appropriate vocabulary. Words should be chosen which describe the problem or topic, as well as the solution.
In other words, the IITW articles you write should be written in the style of a scientist. Rationally speaking, a scientist would study the problem, try to explain it in a simple way and then come up with an explanation. You may have already noticed that many scientists, prominent politicians, and eminent personalities write on scientific topics. They carefully lay out their ideas in terms of evidence and relevance. When they write about artificial intelligence, for instance, they put forward a general idea, relate it to their research, and then give an application which can be tested using real data or mathematical model.
This technique will work no matter what kind of subject you are discussing. The readers will have to take your words seriously and will have to understand the reasoning you put forward. It is important that you keep your arguments logical and well explained so that the readers do not get confused and are forced to change their opinion. Impulse and personal knowledge are not needed to argue against artificial intelligent robots and cyberspace.
When discussing subjects like economy and international trade, you cannot start talking about economics by stating that artificially intelligent robots will take over the economy. What will be taken over will be the wealth of humans. How will an artificially intelligent robot manage to compete with the existing humans who have been creating jobs? Will the new system to create more jobs than the human population?
We must also be careful not to discuss purely hypothetical problems. If there were to be artificial intelligent computers that can solve hypothetical problems in everyday life, we would be putting the future of mankind at risk. Will we be able to protect our intellectual property from a rival supercomputer with artificial intelligence? These are important things to consider and think about but one cannot talk about the future of the human race without mentioning the impact of Artificial Intelligent systems which will be smarter and technologically superior to all of us living on Earth.