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Saying Goodbye to Grammar Mistakes with the Use of AI, but Are We Communicating Effectively ?


Since the introduction of AI, it has become a valuable tool in correcting grammar mistakes for non-native speakers. Users no longer need to worry about grammatical errors in their writing. However, this technological advancement has also led to an unintended consequence: the prevalence of long and vague messages.


Recently, I have observed a phenomenon worth studying. I have come across messages written by non-native speakers that exhibit an impressive writing style but lack any meaning. Ironically, I struggle to understand the intended meaning of these texts, and at times, I find it challenging to read through the entire lengthy content. It seems that these messages are composed by individuals who heavily rely on AI. As a result, I often resort to chatbots to request a brief summary of the written text. Unfortunately, the summaries provided are often vague, further hindering effective communication. Please note that my concern is not against the use of AI, but rather against its misuse as a substitute for generating original ideas. AI is not a replacement for our own brains and cannot function as such.


To address this issue, it is crucial to educate AI users and learners on the effective utilization of this technology. We should encourage them to view ChatGPT and similar AI chatbots as tools that assist their writing, rather than relying solely on them. It is essential to communicate thoughts and ideas concisely, avoiding the inclination to provide the chatbot with a vague prompt as this will lead to compose lengthy messages that hinder effective communication.


The purpose of using AI is to enhance and facilitate our communication, not hinder it. Let's remember that AI should write with us, not for us.


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