Increasingly sophisticated generative-AI tools allow people to clone themselves and fool their own banks and parents. ChatGPT and its ilk often impress us, but their hallucinations are nothing short of galling. Brass tacks: Blindly trusting their output is downright dangerous on many levels.
LinkedIn spammers could use these tools to craft more relevant pitches and up their batting averages. Of course, that would require some effort. Those who insist upon taking a grapeshot approach look even more ridiculous than a few years ago.
Laziness is alive and well.
You just can’t make this stuff up. It’s not like I’m shy about promoting my books, and the nearly 1,500 blog posts on this site alone.
Whether you use AI or not to tweak your pitch, do yourself a favor: Conduct at least one minute of research first. Otherwise, people like Josh Bernoff and me will keep writing posts like these and outing you.
What say you?