In the past few days, I've received numerous offers of assistance from several friends who suggested ways to better conceal the fact that my texts are written with the help of artificial intelligence. While I appreciated their concern and support, I explained that they didn't fully grasp the essence of the messages I aim to convey through the posts on my agency's page.
Personally, I am an advocate for the promotion and wider adoption of artificial intelligence. I believe that by embracing AI, we can facilitate rapid personal development for individuals, organizations, and entire social systems. Of course, it's evident that there can be abuses, as is the case with any invention, ranging from basic tools like forks, spoons, and knives to nuclear technologies.
Just like anything else in this world, artificial intelligence can be either misused or used for positive purposes. It's similar to a car - no one would willingly give up the convenience of a comfortable journey to a distant destination. We're discussing the emerging reality that we should not shy away from.
I have no intention of deceiving anyone, especially my clients, by claiming to rely solely on my own intelligence and that of my colleagues. In almost all our work processes, I leverage artificial intelligence to enhance productivity, improve quality, and reduce production times. Sometimes I seek advice from AI on potential topics, slogans, wording, or communication formats. While I may not always accept the suggestions in their entirety, I still make use of artificial intelligence.
I do not share the belief that it is more ethical to inform clients explicitly about the use of AI, while attempting to remain an anonymous user through tools like Quillbot and other software. I consider it the epitome of hypocrisy when agencies, particularly the larger ones, employ artificial intelligence but cleverly conceal it from clients while simultaneously condemning competitors who openly acknowledge its use.
In conclusion, I would like to emphasize that the world is divided into those who currently utilize artificial intelligence and those who will eventually adopt it.
PS. I consulted AI even for this text, and it suggested the title: "Artificial Intelligence: Embracing the Future." Although I didn't personally like it, I am still grateful for the suggestion.