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I used to hate big time on AI.
I kept an open mind to see how it could benefit me.
But everything I was seeing pissed me off.
Everyone was selling prompts, everyone was talking about AI non-stop.
As someone who hates doing what others do, I told myself I don’t need AI, which is still valid. I can do everything I do without AI.
Although, I’ll be fucked without Grammarly.
I wanted to understand my hate for the innocent GPT.
Well, many have jumped on the tool to cheat everything.
Students started using chatGPT to cheat on their homework and exams.
Schools fixed the situation quickly with an AI-detector tool, but it was counter-attacked rapidly with an Anti-AI tool detector. Hilarious.
Jumping into the creator economy. Many started using AI to write their newsletters, tweets, blog posts, everything…
Basically, you remove AI from those creators, and they’re a commodity.
They even use AI to respond to comments.
Here’s my wake-up call to you. To this day, I don’t know how many exactly, but MANY people can’t even go from point A to point B without a fucking GPS. I was guilty of that. My phone died, and I had no GPS in my car. I was f*cked. I had to find my way back home. It isn’t a problem for me anymore.
The same thing is gonna happen to you if you don’t wake the fuck up.
You won’t be able to do a single task without AI.
Nowadays, I prefer to read something with some mistakes instead of “pure perfection.”
AI is great for many, many things.
But it depends on who is using it.
For you, the choice is in your hand.
Do you prefer to learn from chatGPT or a human?
I’d say, why not both?
Instead of relying on AI or humans, why not develop critical thinking and determine when something doesn’t make sense?
In the creator economy, or “the online world of creators,”; coaches, content creators, and YouTubers, you name it, are all the same to me. I call them “creatives.”
Many questions arise nowadays, what is a good usage of AI and what is not?
Who determines those ethics?
Who determines what is right and wrong?
Since November 30, 2022.
The online world went wild.
chatGPT was released to the public.
There were happy people and sad people.
Happy people because they knew the potential of chatGPT and how they would exploit it to explode their productivity.
Sad people because they knew the potential of chatGPT and how they could be replaced.
Here’s the thing, if you think AI can replace you, you’ll be replaced by AI. Stupid simple.
I slowly embraced AI by slowly starting to get used to it.
From the start, I determined my values and my boundaries with AI.
I established that I wanted to create another Imed who could help me double my productivity and explode my creativity. I played around with it for hours and hours and hours.
I slowly learned about the new term “prompt engineering.”
Shortly after, free and paid guides about chatGPT prompts erupted.
Those were selling like pieces of cake, hotdogs, pizzas, or whatever that might be. IT WAS HAAAT.
The creator economy is BOOMING like never before.
AI opened the door for shitty writers who became “copywriters.”
I’m being sarcastic here, but you saw it…
There was an emergence of newborn copywriters all over the internet.
LinkedIn AND Twitter.
People started using chatGPT for EVERYTHING.
- FB Ads
- Blog Posts
- Keyword research
- Idea Generation
- Website Copy
As I said, for EVERYTHING.
Obviously, after a few months, if not “weeks.” Courses about chatGPT started to pop off.
How to make X amount of money in X amount of time with chatGPT.
chatGPT was the “Amazon FBA” back then.
It brings me back to my previous question.
What is an ethical usage of AI, and what is not?
Is it a set-stone rule, or is it a free for all mindset?
Early on, Google explicitly mentioned that any bloggers using AI to write their blog articles would be blacklisted from the search engine. And that was even before the release of chatGPT.
There were “AI Blog Assistants” such as Jasper.
I looked into it, and you’ll quickly find YT tutorials on how to build a blog and write 100 articles with AI (undetected).
Let’s establish a common sense ground rule here.
When you have to do something to hide or bypass a “rule,” it is automatically unethical. For instance, using an anti-detection AI tool to rewrite your AI-generated article. You do it to avoid getting caught, and it is unethical when you are acting as if you are the one who wrote it. Basically, it’s a scam.
My opinion is entirely different if you mention that IT IS AI-generated and that due diligence is required.
“Transparency is essential because it allows consumers or readers to make informed decisions. If an AI generates an article, but someone presents it as their own work without acknowledging the AI's contribution, it can be considered deceptive. In such cases, it may mislead readers, erode trust, and potentially harm the credibility of the individual or organization involved.
On the other hand, if someone openly acknowledges that the article is AI-generated and advises readers to exercise due diligence, it sets the appropriate context. This approach recognizes the role of AI in the content creation process and encourages critical thinking from the audience. *Written by chatGPT*”
I disclose whenever I use chatGPT in my content.
I DO NOT play with my freaking name.
I block creators who use AI to write their entire content.
I want HumainAIzed creators, am I asking too much?
Trust is the essence of life.
It is the foundation of any type of relationship.
Why would I jeopardize that?
Why would YOU jeopardize that?
That’s why I’m putting my voice every single day. I have been accused of using AI due to my “content production capacity.” Not gonna lie, I took that as a compliment.
People who have followed me since the beginning knows for a fact that it is me who is behind the keyboard.
I don’t create content to prove people wrong.
I don’t have time to waste.
I create content primarily to connect with other multi-passionates and inspire as many people as possible.
Before starting my Twitter journey, I was tempted.
Quite frankly, I was tempted many times!
Tempted to use chatGPT and write my entire newsletter, tweets and so on.
But then, I asked myself?
Am I stupid? No.
Am I worthless? No.
Am I knowledgeable? Yes.
So, why the fuck do I need to use chatGPT to write my entire content?
I have high standards for myself. I’m not ashamed of revealing those temptations because I didn’t fall for them. The devil has failed once again.
That reflection made me ask myself many questions:
- How can I use chatGPT for the greater good?
- How can I use him to become smarter?
- How can I use him to create more without cheating?
- How can I use him to boost my creativity and productivity?
Believe it or not, those questions will jumpstart my insane obsession with chatGPT in February.
Since then, I knew I would write about it in my newsletter even if I had 0 subscribers.
The HumanAIzed Series was born. I want it to be a guide to navigating the ethical aspects of AI collaboration.
I will cover how I use chatGPT for content ideas, evaluate and rate content, and enhance my knowledge acquisition.
The HumanAIzed Series will help you develop a symbiotic relationship with AI and basically become his master, not his slave.
I was watching YT highlights on Instagram. That’s when I found an IG post from Evelyn Weiss. An awesome ethical online coach. Her post spoke to my soul.
My newsletter and content ARE depth, human insight and real-world value to people seeking hope, guidance, and inspiration.
I was consuming her content on YouTube, and when I saw that she followed me, I was like, wooooah. That’s what creating content and genuinely commenting can do for you.
Just to let you know, Evelyn makes millions of dollars per year and has more than 19k followers. She has better to do than answering comments and DMs. Yet, she still responded to my DM.
Huge huge respect!
She introduced me to David Shapiro, the founder of the GATO framework.
I found an interesting article that explains its purpose.
This is a snippet from the article:
GPT - How is the GATO Framework good for me when I know nothing about AI?
The GATO (Global Alignment Taxonomy Omnibus) Framework can still be beneficial to you, even if you have limited knowledge about AI. Here's how:
Understanding and Awareness: The GATO Framework can help you gain a basic understanding of AI and its potential impact on various aspects of society. It provides insights into the principles and considerations necessary for the safe and ethical deployment of AI technologies. By familiarizing yourself with the framework, you can become more informed about AI and its implications.
Decision Making: As AI becomes more prevalent in different industries, it is important to make informed decisions regarding its adoption. The GATO Framework offers guidelines and best practices that can assist you in evaluating AI solutions or strategies. It provides a structured approach to assess potential risks, benefits, and ethical considerations, empowering you to make more informed decisions about AI-related matters.
Ethical Considerations: AI raises important ethical questions, such as fairness, privacy, and bias. The GATO Framework emphasizes the need for aligning AI systems with ethical principles. By familiarizing yourself with the framework, you can gain insights into the key ethical considerations surrounding AI. This knowledge can help you ask critical questions and contribute to discussions related to the responsible and ethical use of AI.
Collaboration and Networking: Engaging with the GATO Framework allows you to connect with a community of individuals and organizations interested in AI alignment and control. By participating in discussions, attending events, or joining GATO-related initiatives, you can network with experts and practitioners in the field. This networking can provide opportunities to learn from others, ask questions, and exchange ideas, even if you are starting with limited AI knowledge.
Future Readiness: AI technologies are likely to have a significant impact on various aspects of our lives in the future. By familiarizing yourself with the GATO Framework, you can begin preparing for the advancements and changes that AI may bring. This proactive approach positions you to adapt and make informed choices as AI technologies continue to evolve.
While it is advisable to seek additional learning resources or professional guidance to enhance your understanding of AI, the GATO Framework serves as a valuable starting point for new individuals. It provides a structured and ethical framework to navigate AI-related topics and contribute to discussions surrounding AI's impact on society.
You can watch David’s YT video explaining his framework here.
My friends, hope is not lost.
Humanity can still be in good hands.
Don’t lose your soul for quick dollars.
When I see creators like Evelyn, my hopes are raised to the sky and beyond.
We all can achieve it WITHOUT losing our soul.
We still can make millions WITHOUT losing our soul.
I won’t ever jeopardize my uniqueness.
AI is my Super-Saiyan assistant.
With him, I’ll be able to help you more.
With him, I’ll be able to create more while still being me.
Stay tuned because I will blow your mind throughout the entire series.
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