Chat GPT on its own limitations
Especially among copywriters, there is currently a heated discussion about what Chat GPT can do and where the limits of AI lie. Here is the self-assessment of the program:
As a language model, my capabilities are limited by the information that I have been trained on, as well as by my programming. I have been trained on a wide variety of text, including books, articles, and websites, so I can generate text on a wide range of topics. However, my knowledge is based on the information that was available at the time of my training, and my understanding of certain topics may be limited.
One of the main areas where I might struggle is with very recent events or information, as my knowledge is cut off from the present time and browsing the internet is disabled in my current configuration. Additionally, tasks that requires personal experiences, emotions, values and opinionated analysis would be better when written by a human.
I can also have difficulty understanding and replicating certain forms of artistic expression such as poetry, where the meaning can be very personal and nuanced, and it depends on the tone, rhythm and other literary devices.
Another area where human writers may have an advantage over language models is in creating original content that is truly unique and innovative. Because I am a machine learning model, I can only generate text that is based on patterns and structures that I have seen in my training data. Human writers, on the other hand, have the ability to think creatively and come up with new ideas.
In summary, while I can produce text on a wide range of topics, my knowledge is based on a snapshot of information from the past, and I may struggle with very recent events, nuanced expression, and tasks that require personal perspectives. Additionally, original and innovative ideas will be better generated by humans.