AI Content for Editors: A Pocket Guide to Generative AI Text Editing

Generative AI is here to stay, and learning how to get the most out of it should be a top priority for writers and editors in every genre and organization type.

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Resistance is Futile

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The age of machine-generated content is upon us, and creatives are being challenged to adapt.

Whether or not you use ChatGPT and tools like it, writers, editors, and other content professionals you’re working with may.

Generative AI is here to stay, and learning how to get the most out of it should be a top priority for working editors in every genre and organization type.

Today, writers and editors need to know where AI can best assist in the content creation and publishing processes, when they’re working with machine-generated text, and how to treat it to reduce liability and improve content quality. Creatives and the editors they work with need not worry about losing jobs to AI.

Those who succeed in the months and years ahead will understand generative AI and work well alongside it.

With that in mind, AI Content for Editors is a pocket guide to working with machine-generated content in books, blogs, journals, and other modern-day publications. Learn:

  • how generative AI creates content
  • the risks and benefits of using AI content in a publication or on a website
  • how (and whether) AI detection works
  • what copyright and citation issues to keep in mind
  • how to update workflows to accommodate AI-generated text
  • various ways AI can make you a stronger, more effective editor

We need more editors like Miranda Miller

“This is one of the best books you could read about the editor’s role in the writing craft. The author provides timely advice and specific steps with examples for dealing with the real challenges of Generative AI. All in a little book that’s all meat, no padding, low cost, and a quick read.

The Internet has brought us millions of online content creators who don’t have the support of brilliant editors like Miranda Miller. Perhaps learning to edit bots could also make us better at editing ourselves.”

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Donald Dunnington, Adjunct professor, entrepreneur, consultant, writer

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