Mastering AI Writing

By means of 4 short examples, you'll learn how to master AI writing.

Let's play a pattern game.

I say A, B, C, D, E

Ok, what do you say?

If you said F, you now understand how AI works. It follows your pattern.


Here are some examples of different text patterns for AI writing.

Example 1 - Short Answer

Question: Is the Earth Flat?
Answer: No
Question: Who Killed JFK?

Based on the lookback pattern, INK would answer this question with a short "there is not one definitive answer to this question"


Example 2 - Long Answer

An article about popular conspiracies

Is the Earth Flat?
Ancient Greek philosophers such as Aristotle (384–322 BC) obtained empirical proof after visiting Egypt and observing new constellations of stars, effectively ending the debate over whether the Earth is a sphere. The first person to determine the Earth's circumference was Eratosthenes in the third century BC. If any more evidence was required, images from space sufficed.

There is a myth that the Earth is a flat disc rather than a globe. It would be simple to write off flat-Earthers as ignorant people, but the real issue is a mistrust of institutions and authorities.
Who killed JFK?

INK will proceed to write a long, detailed answer.


Example 3 - Repetition

Jimmy loves going to school. He wakes up early every morning.

In some cases, INK might repeat your input as output.

There is a simple solution to that. Simply add a few words yourself to nudge the AI in the right direction.

Jimmy loves going to school. He wakes up early every morning. 

Today was different.

In this case, INK might decide that even though Jimmy woke up early, he didn't want to go to school. He wanted to stay home and play with his toys. 


Example 4 - Fact Checking

While INK can't replace human fact-checking, it can be incredibly creative. Let's take a look at this example:

On January 26th, Albert Einstein had tea with President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office.

Our input is obviously not true. Einstein died in 1955, long before Bill Clinton was president of the United States. But INK will go along with you and play pretend:

"This is documented in a photograph of the two men sitting together in the Oval Office, which is kept in the National Archives."

As you can see, human fact-checking should still be a part of your writing process. Decide for yourself if the AI generated output should be corrected or kept.