What is GPT-3 and how can writers use it responsibly as part of their creative process? How can we approach AI tools with curiosity, rather than fear? Thriller author Andrew Mayne talks about these aspects and more.
In the intro, I mention the discussion about whether Google’s language model, LaMDA, could be sentient [The Verge]; and the Alliance of Independent Authors Ethical Usage of AI tools. https://selfpublishingadvice.org/ai-for-authors-guidelines/
If you’d like to know more about using AI for writing, images, marketing, voice, translation, and more, check out my course, The AI-Assisted Author.
Andrew Mayne is the multi-award-nominated and internationally best-selling author of thrillers. He’s also a magician, a magic consultant, and the author of over 50 books on magic. He invented an underwater stealth suit for shark diving, and he works with OpenAI as a science communicator. He also has books for authors, including, ‘How to Write a Novella in 24 hours,’ and a co-hosts the podcast ‘Weird Things.’
How Andrew got into AI and first used a vision model for his shark suit
What is GPT-3 and what is DALL-E? (You can find out more on OpenAI.com
How writers can use GPT-3 as an amplifier, and how to prompt it to get an effective response, as well as the different applications
Approaching AI with an attitude of curiosity, rather than fear
What is ‘AI-assisted’ and why we should label AI-generated words and art
Ways to address the lack of diversity and bias in AI models
There are many tools built on top of GPT-3. Here’s my list of AI writing tools: https://www.thecreativepenn.com/ai-writing-nlg/
I use and recommend Sudowrite for fiction, in particular: https://www.thecreativepenn.com/sudowrite
You can find more episodes on future aspects of creativity at https://www.thecreativepenn.com/future/
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