Artificial Intelligence and Writing

Ten years ago – or thereabouts – indie authors started self-publishing as digital tools, like the Kindle, made it all possible. We’ve seen audiobooks grow rapidly in the last year or two, but we are yet to see the next true market disruption. It’s not audiobooks!

Instead, it’s much more likely that in the coming decade, AI, or Artificial Intelligence, will revolutionize the publishing industry.

In episode 108 of the Am Writing Fantasy podcast, Autumn and Jesper unpacks the topic of AI and writing for you.

Links from the episode

Book on AI by Joanna Penn: https://amzn.to/3nkpGWZ

Article mentioned in the podcast episode: https://www.theverge.com/2020/8/16/21371049/gpt3-hacker-news-ai-blog

 

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Written by: Jesper Schmidt

Jesper Schmidt is a Danish bestselling fantasy author who also dabbles in non-fiction. He is also focused on helping and inspiring others. It is his firm belief that this world of ours can never have too much fantasy fiction in it, but for that to happen we need authors to write it and readers to find it.

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