Say goodbye to February…..

This might be of interest to some of you – I find it fascinating.
AI – artificial intelligence.

WordPress is trialling a new experimental ‘robotic’ feature
‘AI paragraph ‘
Enter a title and it will come up with some paragraphs relevant to those words.
I tried it several times and received a similar but different ‘post’ each time.
(I’ve copied and pasted some to form this one post but there were more
each slightly different to the other – skip to the end if you don’t want to read them all)
(geared to northern hemisphere)

There are other online ways and means to get similar results
No wonder schools and other educational organisations are concerned.
ChatGPT writes smart essays

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Say goodbye to February 1

February is finally drawing to a close and it’s time to bid farewell to the shortest month of the year.  As the days get longer we are excitedly preparing for the upcoming months and all the fun activities that come with them.

Even if the nights might remain cool for some time there’s no denying the promise of spring is already in the air   Now that February departures its time to welcome back blooming flowers lighter clothing and a sense of renewal that has been absent since the beginning of winter 

Let’s make the most of these last days. Whether you decide to hit the ski fields for one last run embrace a cozy evening at home or start planning for upcoming holidays make sure you take the time to enjoy what February has to offer before bidding this month farewell 

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Say goodbye to February 2

February is coming to an end, and with its end comes the welcoming of the new season, spring! It’s time to say goodbye to the winter blues and hello to the new green leaves of spring.

The March days ahead are full of possibilities and adventure, with warmer temperatures and longer days. This is the perfect time to break out your warm clothing, get outside, and enjoy the change in the environment. Perhaps you could pick some flowers or start your own garden – the opportunities are endless.

Take some time this month to make memories and explore the beautiful outdoors. Laugh with your loved ones and make plans for the days ahead. You will soon be surrounded with the colors of the new season – from the fresh blooms of vibrant yellows and purples, to the deep greens of trees coming back to life.

As February comes to an end, take some time to reflect and appreciate the beauty of the natural world around you. When you find yourself missing this winter month, remember the memories you created and all the exciting things to look forward to in the months ahead. Say goodbye to February and hello to the beautiful season of spring!

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Say goodbye to February 3

We bid farewell to February – a month of cold days and shorter days. But as we move into March, we can look forward to exciting new things and warm days ahead. Soon the birds will be singing, the trees will be budding, and the grass will be growing lush and green – a renewed and vibrant landscape.

As we take time to appreciate the beauty of Spring, let us take a moment to consider all that this month has meant both to us, and the world. February filled us with the spirit of love, joy, and togetherness, and amidst the winter weather we found creative ways to stay connected to each other and the world.

Say goodbye to February, but also thank it for all it has given us. Here’s to a wonderful start to March, a month that will no doubt be packed full of new experiences, exciting moments, and unbeatable beauty.

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Say goodbye to February 4

February has been a busy and eventful month. We said hello to longer days and new beginnings, celebrated Valentine’s Day and perhaps even enjoyed the last cold snaps of winter.

But now, it’s time to say goodbye to February and move into March with all of the new possibilities that it brings. As the days get longer with more sunshine, and the temperature begins to rise, so do our spirits. We enjoy nature that’s seemingly coming alive before our eyes as gardens and parks begin to bloom. The birds are singing. The sky is full of color. Oh, March!

It’s time to start thinking of warmer days and outdoor activities like hiking, biking, playing outdoor sports and simply taking some time to enjoy the beauty of nature. This is a great time of year to get active and promote wellness in our lives.

Let’s say goodbye to February and hello to the possibilities that March brings us.

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AI – artificial intelligence.

Something to think about on Monday morning as I enjoy my early morning cuppa.
A machine able to write my blog posts – interesting and on the surface FUN.
Hmm…I wonder if it’s clever enough to fix my commenting on other blogs problem???

13 thoughts on “Say goodbye to February…..

  1. Hari OM
    These AI stories appearing everywhere give me the heebie-jeebies. All of us who love and (dare I say) excel in writing will no doubt avoid it (though many journos are trying it out just as you have here). The longer-term effect will arise from all those students and wannabes producing a heap of anodyne, deja-vu-style writings. There have already been issues with AIs plagiarising and infringing copyrights… YAM xx

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  2. How sad that people are resorting to artificially generated writing. The examples all have that no one writing them sense about them. Perhaps it will put ad copy writers out of business. They all sound a little like ads or television “talk.”

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  3. This AI is all very jolly and optimistic. It’s a wonder none managed to slip in how good motherhood is. I haven’t played with this newish AI yet. I am curious but also cautious. AI may change the world.

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  4. I wish we could say goo0dbye to AI! But I’m afraid it’s just the beginning. Although AI has been around since the mid-fifties (I think), it is a hot topic on the internet these past few days. Discussions about AI writing paragraphs that mimic real people’s writing are particularly disturbing to me. I agree that the human element is missing in AI generated writing, but I think it will be only a matter of time that it will get better at doing that as well.

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  5. I see your ‘bot’ lives in the northern hemisphere and has never experienced February as the most settled month of summer. One version might be considered observational but taken all together it is clear they are inhuman. Enjoy March.

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  6. From your examples, the second one seemed to be the closest to real writing to me. They have a feel of being translated from a foreign language, lacking any nuance. And the use of ‘upcoming’ rather than ‘forthcoming’ lends an American bias too. The mention of ski holidays is something that few working class or very elderly people would even consider in a post about February.
    These are early days, and I am concerned that the AI is going to become a lot more sophisticated. Let’s hope it is not the downfall of creativity and invention in writing.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  7. Fascinating experiment ! I half caught a news item this morning that students might be asked to use AI in exam questions as a necessary skill! The speaker compared it to using calculators .


  8. all four of them have no personality, which is what I like to read, this writing is generic, none of you in it at all. this is reallys scary to me. we now have a generation that can’t read cursive, and find there way to and address without GPS, can’t read a map and my cousins grandaughter can not tell what time it is looking at a clock. she only can read the digital. someday, the grid will go down, power goes out, no internet and the humans will not know how to live…. try using the AI and ask it to do the same title using humor.


    1. PS I can see one thing that this would be handy for, writing notes of sympathy or condolences or well wishes, I find that hard to do. test it with a note of sympathy.


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