As I am always curious about the recent developments in artificial intelligence and machine learning particularly in the blogging and entertainment space, I decided to check out a free AI generated article at AI Writer and I wanted to see just how well it could do if I just feed it a heading of AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU and see what kind of content it can curate from scratch. Now this isn’t submitting an entire written content piece and having it be re-written, but it actually going out and piecing all this information together from other sites and make it as copyscape scan proof as possible as well as make sure the article reads well, makes sense and provides important information that readers can benefit from.
I simply don’t have the time to cover all the press releases that come our way, but if I can find an algorithm to help cover and publish some of the latest technology news updates and entertainment, gaming related news updates that are just informational and not editorial or opinion based then AI potentially has the ability for us to publish more content while saving time which can be put toward other content creation methods like more live streaming, YouTube content creation….etc. To me an AI could become very viable to help generated automated news sites and product info sites to sculp and create info, possible leading to better niche sites what focus on specific segments. As long as they are just informational and news/press release types of content, I don’t see it viable for true reviews or opinion based pieces as it would be falsely generated content and misrepresenting information.
Below is the raw content provided by the AI Writer website with the heading AMD Ryzen 5000 CPU as the heading.
AI Written Article Content
Amd Ryzen 5000 Cpu
AMD’s Ryzen 5000 processors will have 16 cores and 32 threads in the form of the Ryzen 7000 Series, the company’s newest and largest processor series. AMD claims that there are more cores, more threads and higher clock speeds than the previous generation of Ryzen chips. The Ryzen5000 series will use the same core number as its predecessor, but with a 19% higher command clock, which seems to offer higher energy efficiency, higher power and lower power consumption compared to Zen 2.0. [Sources: 6]
The three previously announced Ryzen 5000 chips feature a bundled Wraith Stealth cooler, but Intel will have to do the same as it will not have an air cooler included. This is another consideration that comes with costs – conscious buyers need to think before jumping into the Zen 3.0 range. AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series chips will be equipped with a 105W TDP and will not have bundled air coolers in their boxes. [Sources: 1, 6]
It’s worth noting that if you’re looking for the best rendering performance, AMD’s thread ripper CPUs are probably on your budget, but not as expensive as Intel’s Core i7 – 6700X and i8 – 6600 X. AMD Ryzen 9 5900x and 5950X have an edge over Intel and are over 40% faster than comparable low-cost Intel CPUs. While AMD is slowly slipping, it has made up some ground in CPU pricing and has a 3-5% advantage over its competitors in terms of the cost of your shopping basket at the checkout. [Sources: 1, 5]
This marks the first time an AMD processor uses AMD’s AM4 socket, but overall it is a big improvement over the previous generation and puts AMD in a solid lead over Intel in most cases. If you’re looking for the fastest CPU we’ve tested, depending on how well a particular photogrammetry application is threaded, the AMD Ryzen 5000 series is great. There is no question that Team Red can reliably beat Intel’s top product in the gaming sector with its chips. [Sources: 5, 7]
We’ll have to wait for the debut of the Zen 3 mobile CPU to find out, but that could mean that AMD’s mobile and desktop CPUs that share the same architecture will share the same naming scheme that moves forward. As we expected from the Ryzen 4000 series, the new desktop processor will jump to Ryzen 5000 after the release of Zen 2 mobile processors released earlier this year. [Sources: 7]
AMD will be showcasing the Ryzen 5000 Series at its Worldwide Developer Conference in Las Vegas, showcasing a range of four different desktop CPUs. Skip the 4000 series and jump straight into the new Ryzen5000 series, AMD will unveil a desktop processor powered by the same architecture as the Zen 3 and Zen 2 mobile processors. Watch the event here to learn more about the release date, pricing and other details about AMD’s next-generation desktop processor. [Sources: 0, 7]
AMD is pulling the ripcord from the Ryzen 5000 series of desktop processors based on the updated Zen 3 architecture. Compared to the current Ryzen 3000 series, which runs on Zen 2, Zen 3 has achieved 19% more IPC when upgraded to Ryzen5000 series. This is due to a combination of higher performance, lower power consumption and a more efficient design that makes it significantly more powerful. [Sources: 0, 3]
The new processor is expected to offer up to 30% more cores and 20% more command cycles than the current Ryzen 3000XX series. [Sources: 3]
In addition to the new performance requirements, AMD CTO Mark Papermaster said that the processor can be essentially the same as the current Ryzen 3000XX series, but with more cores, faster clock speeds and more energy efficiency. With the newer Zen 3 architecture, AMD has made it clear that Zen 3 processors are not only more powerful, but also more efficient than previous generations of Ryzen processors. The company has announced a 30% increase in performance over the previous generation of the Ryzen series and a 20% reduction in power consumption. [Sources: 3, 4]
Executives expect the Ryzen 5000 will further increase AMD’s desktop market share, meaning customers will ultimately have more choice. [Sources: 4]
Copeland added that Intel cannot stand idly by as the company tries to find other ways to keep up. [Sources: 4]
On November 5, AMD will open the first market with the Zen 3 console, the next – Gen console, which features a 2.0 processor with AMD architecture, which will be just a few days behind the curve when released. In several games tested at 1080p and high quality presets, AMD claims that the new Zen-3 chips will offer better graphics performance than Intel’s current generation chips and better energy efficiency. [Sources: 2]
But these gains will come at a price, and it could be that the new Zen 3 chips will replace Intel’s current top-end processors. TechPowerUp points out that there are no significant performance differences between the Zen 3 and the current generation Intel chips, although the two chips are available at similar prices. [Sources: 2, 6]
So I will say right off the bat, I like how it sources and links to sources for information collected and written. Proper source credit is very important and this is a very good feature. I ran the entire article against Copyscape and found only 4% content match, so it did successfully rewrite enough content for 96% uniqueness. But as you can see from above, there is some editing required and some mistakes in some of the sentences, and it completely has no concept of context or evaluation.
This sentence for example
It’s worth noting that if you’re looking for the best rendering performance, AMD’s thread ripper CPUs are probably on your budget, but not as expensive as Intel’s Core i7 – 6700X and i8 – 6600 X.
Is 100% false, Threadripper CPU’s are extremely expensive and Intel series listed are very cheap, it states the reverse. This would mean fact checking all the details would take nearly as writing the content yourself potentially, as you are having to proof sentence by sentence and if you are not savvy on the technical details and comparisons things like this could be missed.
So in my opinion right now the AI Writer is useful for generating context and ideas, like a mind map of things to build upon, and may save you some research time and give you ideas, but I can’t see it being viable for churning out technology related articles due to it’s lack of context when mixing information together and this could lead to confusion or misleading information.