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  • Yes, but only for research that helps me in creating content.

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  • Yes, to create draft content I edit before using.

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    Hi guys, by now you may have heard about ChatGPT. For those of you who don't know, ChatGPT is an AI content writing tool (among other things). I've read guides from various sites that actually suggest we should use AI to write our web content.

    Google has now said it doesn't mind if we use AI to generate content, as long as it's 100% unique.

    It's quite easy to churn out a 100 page authority site now thanks to AI.

    What are your thoughts about using ChatGPT for creating content for your gambling websites?

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    I don't create content using chat gpt, however I do use it.
    When I have a paragraph ready, I use GPT to improve it (wording and descriptions mostly)
    In other cases I may use it to spit out a long-form overview of something that otherwise would take time to research (i.e. some historical event, sports player, history of a team, etc.)

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    My biggest concern would be, would ChatGPT produce an unique content for everyone? Because from what I've seen when it answers a question and I'm not happy with the answer it can provide several different variations but that's it. Pretty sure if 20-30 people ask for a 1000 word article on 1 topic, some of them will end up with similar stuff with at least several identical sentences.

    Other than that it's awesome for answering specific queries, like recently I've had an issue with my custom fields not being passed on publish, on a local server with no plugins or themes on wordpress 6.1.1 and php 8.0. Asking in such a specific way it tailors a very specific answer that helped me troubleshoot the issue.

    It writes pretty good php stuff like forms, captchas, even geo targeting stuff. It can go over the syntax of code and find mistakes and so on. I find this as the true value of the AI, not substituting 10$ an article writer from w/e country.

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    I tried it for gambling content but it didn't work. There are paid AI's that may be better for gambling content if you actually edit it in a SEO content editor and make it a real article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgarf76 View Post
    I tried it for gambling content but it didn't work. There are paid AI's that may be better for gambling content if you actually edit it in a SEO content editor and make it a real article.
    Can you please tell me what seo content editor you use?

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    I use it as an assistant.Ex: i write an article i copy it paste it to chat gpt tell him(or they) to make FAQ and it does, or you can tell it quickly make pros and cons … It saves a lot of time…
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    Been discussing this and the effect on google for months actually.
    https://www.gpwa.org/forum/can-chatg...es-262772.html

    Agree with the consensus it is a help in queries and many other things, but do writing the content of sites, nah.

    And not sure where the idea that google is ok with ai writing content when they have in recent months come out and stated specifically they want content written by humans. Although I have seen many content creators that use it to write state that google says it ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    And not sure where the idea that google is ok with ai writing content when they have in recent months come out and stated specifically they want content written by humans. Although I have seen many content creators that use it to write state that google says it ok.
    You cannot tell if an article was written bei AI or by a humen - because AI has become human-like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider1973 View Post
    You cannot tell if an article was written bei AI or by a humen - because AI has become human-like.
    I won't say this is true every time and it's pretty hit and miss to get round it with clever manipulation...

    ...and in 6 months it's highly unlikely to be true (remember those words, because they'll very likely impact us all in ways we might not be able to comprehend at the moment)...

    ...but right now many AI-generated pieces have a signature sentence/paragraph construction and word usage. It's pretty easy to spot with the naked eye (just see one or two of the posts in the last couple of weeks in different threads).

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Been discussing this and the effect on google for months actually.
    And not sure where the idea that google is ok with ai writing content when they have in recent months come out and stated specifically they want content written by humans.
    Here: https://twitter.com/searchliaison/st...248448512?s=20

    We haven't said AI content is bad. We've said, pretty clearly, content written primarily for search engines rather than humans is the issue. That's what we're focused on. If someone fires up 100 humans to write content just to rank, or fires up a spinner, or a AI, same issue...

    (https://twitter.com/dannysullivan/st...868504064?s=20)

    In addition, Cnet and some other publishers do that for a while: https://futurism.com/the-byte/cnet-p...articles-by-ai
    Of course, there were a lot of mistakes and it was paused, but with the speed of AI evolution I think a few months could be very impactful. ChatGPT-5 should be released at the end of 2023. Also Microsoft widely implements AI tools.

    I think this is the case of adopt or die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by insiderjoe View Post
    ChatGPT-5 should be released at the end of 2023.
    Unless Elon and the rest with him succeed with that 6 months pause moratorium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xecutable View Post
    moratorium.
    Would give every indication of being unworkable, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaumi View Post
    Would give every indication of being unworkable, right?
    I'm trying to figure out whether they really believe AI is dangerous or if it's "we are late we need a pause to catch up".

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    I think Elon is just coping with being a bit late to AI robotics. OpenAI funds a humanoid company, while Elon has this in his plans too, but I believe OpenAI has more chances to lead the market with such quick expansion. Or still feeling a grudge for being sacked from OpenAI in 2018.

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    I'm trying to figure out whether they really believe AI is dangerous or if it's "we are late we need a pause to catch up".

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    Like a lot of things it depends what your ultimate goal is. You can use AI generated content and get traffic for sure and right now there is no big penalty for that but we know in the future (if not already) the search engines will be able to spot AI content and the question is what effect that might have.

    It's probably fine for churn and burn projects but I would be cautious integrating it into long standing money sites. Then again I am always cautious with new stuff like this and it will be interesting to see how AI content becomes integrated in iGaming and how that will change things.

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    ChatGPT is an amazing tool but it is just that, a tool, it will be easily noticed when someone uses it in a lazy and simple way but those who really know how to get the most out of it will have a big advantage over the competition. Anyone can use a hammer, not everyone knows how to work metal and turn it into something awesome.

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    I tried it when it started to become trendy and found it great for generating ideas but not for creating content. At least not to use it directly.

    ChatGPT builds its answers from what it finds on the web. It can give great results, but it is sometimes quite inaccurate. Personally, I wouldn't take its answers and copy them into my blog without giving it a thorough review first.

    Also, in my opinion, the content sounds like a boring encyclopedia (although I am aware that you can also suggest changes in tone).

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    Agree; ChatGPT is a great tool to research and provide content and ideas to generate evening more and better content. Definitely would re-write what ChatGPT returns to better fit your style and SEO requirements.

    Next will be for Google to determine ChatGBT content and penalize it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strider1973 View Post
    You cannot tell if an article was written bei AI or by a humen - because AI has become human-like.
    There's tools out there that are pretty good at detecting it: https://copyleaks.com/ai-content-detector
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    Quote Originally Posted by baldidiot View Post
    There's tools out there that are pretty good at detecting it: https://copyleaks.com/ai-content-detector
    Thank you for this tool. It even has a chrome extension

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