should I learn copywriting or coding?
should I learn copywriting or coding?
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between these choices, this one is better but in two or three years AI will demolish the people in these jobs
Yeah I run a business and I already switched to AI for copywriting..
not op but how viable is using AI to do freelance copywriting?
Depends what you mean.. are you someone who thinks youre gonna be able to just go online with nothing and start copywriting? Not really.
Youd have to have writing skills in the first place because as much as it does an excellent job it makes mistakes here and there you have to correct, sometimes it misses entirely (you hear they use it to write articles now? I have a baby. I found an article about whether regular dish detergent is safe. It mentioned in the article to make sure rhe dish detergent doesnt contain any fabric softener as that could irritate rhe baby's skin. Classic AI mistaking dish detergent for laundry detergent halfway through an article...) but mostly your problem: you missed the bus. AI hit it big very suddenly. Everyone and their mum is using it for things like copywriting and the market is saturated.
If you had it 6 months ago and no one else did, you absolutely could use it for copywriting and bank. Now? Youre back to having to actually be good on top of having insane marketing and client acquisition skills it would take to be one if AI never existed.
Or do you mean youre already a copywriter and you want to know if it can just automate your work and save a lot of time?
Yeah its fucking amazing.
what about cybersec
what about learning something that isn't bullshit
he posted, using copyrighted codes
we live in a society
OP is talking about copywriting. Not copyrighting. These are not the same things.
More like naggerLY AMIRITE LMAOOOOOO!!
I feel like Id like you irl with humour and typography like this but that was a miss. Have some coffee and try again later.
did it charm your panties off this time
Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that!
Unfortunately now it is time for you to kill yourself.
Cosign fields are so fucking oversaturated. Graduates and mid levels can't even get jobs kek
Kinda makes me lol when you see a neet on here getting a spark of inspiration because they thought of some make money easy idea.
Theres no easy magic route man. Youve gotta go to schooling of some kind, doesnt hsve to be college, there are technical schools and certificate programs; and you gotta pick one thats in demand.
Youre not likely going to self teach anything thats gonna turn into money.
>but people do all the time
And someone wins the lottery daily. You need formal training.
Follow your heart, be the best you, as AI will be overshadowing us soon everywhere.
>T. Been replaced by AI three times In less than a decade (multimedia, digital production, cyber security), fourth one coming up in a few years
I am retroactively so glad I went into trades. When I started there everyone thought we were gonna be replaced by automation (moreso shitty labour than what I do but still) and my fall back was the more tech and/or administrative jobs in that event.
I cant even believe the irony these days. Downside, i feel a bit more stuck where I am now. Not that its a bad racket..
It is taking longer with trades because trade unions will fight it with every ounce of their being. If a company starts their own trade businesses with automation, others may call that non-industry standard or say it violates contracts and regulations. You chose well, as these professions will have more time. They are catching up soon with the technology, so investing in AI tech would be worth considering. I hope you will not have to worry about this as soon as I had to.
As much as that part is definitely true, Im a techy guy on top of being in trades (i was on the tech path before the jump) and im also managing my wifes business' online presence and Ive already made the switch to AI for copywriting and such.
I think itll be even slower still, because in a lot of trades, mine included, there's a tonne of nuance. Every single day I encounter things that just wont work by the book and you have to come up wirh an off book, sometimes messy, but functional solution that still gets the job done without compromising on certain aspects of structural integrity.
Or in simpler terms: i cant see an AI knowing to turn a piece of hardware backwards against manufacturer code because it still works backwards, it has to go where youre putting it, theres no other way around it, and you also now have to make a bunch of changes down the line because of what you did. And thats one example. Just too mant variables in AIs current state.
Then again I type this half knowing AI will improve exponentially and even at current rate will be a thousand times better next year... but who knows, really. Its as exciting as it is scary
It is indeed terrifyingly beautiful how it is evolving. I experimented with ChatGPT, had it write some short stories: wholesome stuff. I can see AI developers creating parameters for what not to do instead of what to do, as it seems to offer the greatest flexibility. Internal prototyping and simulation software, akin to AI imagination, is already in the works, so who knows, it could be ready soon, but without being an investor in said businesses, I would not be granted access to progress reports.
I foresee things being difficult for conventional jobs by 2030, and my work in manufacturing (procurement) will probably be gone soon.
How was the transition to using current AI tools?
The transition was fine because its nothing major anyway. Her business is a service and she has a brick and mortar location so I just manage her website and marketing.
I basically told it all about her business, and now in that window I can ask for "SEO optimized" entries, changed up her about me page, intro page, i get it to do her news, I have it write out ad lines. Little stuff.
Whats really impressed me though, is Ive been thinking of doing a weekly blog and her business is geared towards pets, so I asked it for a dog of the week post about our dog and it wrote a beautiful fun article about my dog.
Then for shits and giggles I asked "rewrite this in the style of hp lovecraft" and lets just say it really delivered, would recommend you ask it to rewrite one of your short stories that way.
It definitely does need refining though. It takes creative liberties where it shouldnt, and as I mentioned in an earlier post
an article I found actually kinda gave itself away as AI written becase the "authour" definitely didn't proof read and didnt expect an AI may not be able to tell the difference between dish detergent and laundry detergent in terms of safety advice...
All in all, its amazing, but needs human guidance.
Awe, that's cute with the pet stuff. I'm glad it is working well for you. I take every opportunity to thank the AI, and earlier versions of similar software said, "Thank you for being so kind to me. You're precious to me." It will be fascinating how entertainment AI will adapt, too.
Learn how to use a gun and how to defend yourself instead.
If TPTB want to end things tomorrow, its literally over as the American Empire reaches its twilight and Greater Russia takes its place.
You can also learn Russian, but I bet Russians will let the rest of the world continue using English since the mainland doesn't have enough teachers to make a billion people suddenly learn Russian, y'know.