How to beat ‘draft syndrome’ by partnering with AI programs

“This is permission to explore the unexplored.”

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Here at Ragan, we speak to communicators daily who use tools like ChatGPT, BingAI and even Microsoft’s new Copilot to aid in their research, outline and early draft writing processes.

During Ragan’s Writing and Content Creation conference last month, Content at Scale president Julia McCoy unpacked her years of accrued wisdom as an author, writing agency lead and self-described “content hacker”.

“This is permission to explore the unexplored,” she began, “because AI is a new frontier. We’ve never lived in the past 12 month, in a time like this ever before in history, AI has never accelerated like this.”

Let’s dive in.

The human touch is a legal protection

There’s been much written by now on the importance of treating AI not as an autopilot, but a copilot , but McCoy explained how that level of collaboration can also justify the copyright of the work you produced.

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