Saturday, December 3, 2022

Are AI writing tools worse than useless?

AI writing tools will eventually be necessary and ultimately replace human authors. However, as of this writing (2022-11-19) they:

1) Offer little to no utility for those who write well (though see below).

2) Are likely of negative utility to those who do not write well. 

The caveat for (1) above is that in some instances it may be useful to identify where text is poor enough to be misinterpreted. 

necessary for people who write well

My original extemporaneous text (Reading level 5.4): 

I am considering the use of Word tune over Grammarly. My experience with these things has been generally good but spotty. For text I want to be well received I would like to get the benefit of all of the tools.

After proofing in Microsoft Word (Reading level 5.4):

I am considering the use of Word tune over Grammarly. My experience with these things has been good but spotty. To get the best text I would like to get the benefit of all the available tools.

Wordtune rewrites (Average reading level (5.9)

The use of Word tune over Grammarly has generally been good, but spotty. For text, I would like to get the benefit of all of the tools. 

My experience with these things has been generally good but spotty. I would like to be well received for text so I would like to utilize all the tools available. 

I'm considering Word tune over Grammarly. My experience with these tools is generally good but spotty. I'd like to get the full benefit of all tools for text. 

Generally, I have had good success with these tools, but my experience has been spotty. For text I want to be well - received, so I would like to have the best of both tools. 

With my experience, Word tune is generally good, but spotty. For text, I want to be well received, and I want to make use of all the tools. 

WordTune is an option I am considering over Grammarly. Overall, my experiences with these tools have been good but spotty. For text, I would like to find out how well received it will be. 

It may be a better option to use Word tune over Grammarly. I have used these tools generally well, but occasionally have been disappointed. For text, I would like to get the full benefit of all the tools. 

For texts I want to be well received I would like to have all the tools available to me. My experience with these things has been generally good but not consistent. 

With Word Tune and Grammarly, I am considering using it more for text. My experience so far has generally been good, but spotty. I want to make sure my text is well received. 

For text, I would like the benefit of all of the tools available, so I am considering Word tune over Grammarly. My experience with any of these tools has been generally good but spotty.  



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