I mentioned in the past I hired an Ai expert to create a book for me.
I've written and published (ghostwritten, and authored) many books.
So it wasn't a decision based on lack of time or can't do it.
It was more of an experiment.
Cause the more I use AI content generation the more I'm disappointed by it (except for ONE use case)... But I try to be open-minded, and thought maybe it's just me and I suck at prompting it (even though I've tried multiple things).
And although I have a lot of respect for the person who did this -- he knows his stuff with Ai and he's a brilliant copywriter and consultant himself...
I was more than UNDERwhelmed with the end piece.
I can't use it.
Even if I tried.
It would be more frustrating trying to edit it and mold it to what I want.
So if you're interested in seeing it...
For Ai generated content, I've come to these conclusions:
- It (sometimes) helps writers produce faster content (only content that is filler content, or they need to improve a small hook or something).
- It helps people who just suck at communication in general (speech or written), produce SOMETHING... which is better than nothing.