Faulty Ai


I recently had an interesting experience using Chat GPT to assist me with a blog post centered around Serena Williams, a remarkable tennis player. While collaborating with the AI, I realized the limitations of such applications in terms of reliability. While they can be useful in various ways, relying on them solely for completing homework assignments is not advisable. However, they can be helpful in enhancing your understanding of the subject matter. Working with Chat GPT made me recognize that solely depending on it to submit entire papers without verifying the content would lead to academic failure, regardless of plagiarism concerns. Also, noticing that it may add facts that are so wildly wrong that it is very concerning. Despite the seemingly straightforward topic I chose, Chat GPT still made several factual errors, highlighting its fallibility. This experience has shattered the notion that AI is infallible and all-knowing, as it demonstrated multiple mistakes in its written output. Consequently, I have learned the importance of undertaking one’s own work, ensuring accuracy by cross-checking information. Creating your own content allows for greater control over the accuracy of the information presented, unlike relying on AI, which can introduce factual errors. Additionally, it is crucial for writers and journalists to combat the spread of misinformation, and adopting AI-generated content could complicate such efforts. Personally, I believe it is better to make my own mistakes and learn from them rather than allowing AI to so obviously fail on my behalf.


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