Episode 101: Four Ethical Ways Christian Content Creators Can Use ChatGPT

Four Ethical Ways Christian Content Creators Can Use ChatGPTWhat’s the hottest topic right now out in the online business space? If you said “ChatGPT” or another AI program, you are correct! It’s what everyone is talking about. We are kicking off our Time Saving Tools series with 4 ethical ways you can use ChatGPT to make the most of your time. Curious? Keep listening!

It’s not very often that something dominates the conversation the way ChatGPT has the last few months. Since it came out late last year, everywhere you turn, people are talking about the AI-powered chatbot that generates human-like responses to written inputs. Opinions are strong … people either love the idea or hate it.

In this episode, I’m going to share four ways that I’m using ChatGPT.

1. ChatGPT can be used as a research tool
The program is conversational … you ask it questions or make a request, just like you would ask a person, and it responds.

You do have to be careful about using ChatGPT for research, because it does not quote its sources unless you ask, and it will state things that are opinions with so much authority, that you think it is a fact, especially when you are dealing with cultural or political-type topics.

2. ChatGPT can modify the tone of your writing
It’s still your voice, but ChatGPT helps you change the tone to be more appropriate for your audience.

3. ChatGPT can help you repurpose your content
Input your podcast episode script or blog post, and ChatGPT can create social media posts or an email promotion from the content you’ve already written.

4. ChatGPT helps you get off the blank page
If the blank screen and blinking cursor are big barriers keeping you from making progress, ChatGPT can help you get started until your creative juices get flowing.

Let me close with a few tips for using ChatGPT.

  • Remember that the chatbot is not really writing original content. It’s aggregating existing content from the internet, and what it comes up with can be a fairly generic composite of the available information.
  • It works better when you make small, incremental requests.
  • The more broad and general the question, the more broad and general the answer.

Go to chat.openai.com and give it a try! Let me know what you think and how it works for you.

This is just the beginning of our Time Saving Tools series. Over the next few episodes, I’ll share some of my favorite ways that Canva, Trello, and Gmail streamline things for me so I can spend more of my time on the work I really love. Be sure to subscribe or follow the podcast wherever you listen so you don’t miss a thing.

These are some of the resources that helped me think through the pros and cons of ChatGPT:
AI Made Easy for Christian Business Owners –Free mini-class from Katie Hornor
ChatGPT Has A Bias Problem –Business Insider article
How to Use ChatGPT and Still Be A Good Person –New York Times article.

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