Are you ready for some robotic rivalry?
Welcome to the ultimate showdown: Chat GPT versus Jasper Chat versus human writer! It’s time to pit two AI-powered chatbots against each other and see which one writes the better fishing article. Can they write a better article than I can?
Join me on this wild ride as I use chat bots in an attempt to write a piece about what makes fishing in Wisconsin great. I’ll evaluate their writing skills, craftsmanship, ingenuity, and context. Maybe I will even take them fishing if they put up a good fight!
Who will be crowned champion?
Get your popcorn ready and let’s find out!
Fishing In Wisconsin Features List by Chat GPT
Variety of fish species: Wisconsin is home to a wide variety of fish species, including bass, pike, walleye, muskie, and panfish. This means that there's something for anglers of all levels and preferences.
Scenic locations: Wisconsin is known for its beautiful lakes, rivers, and streams, making for a picturesque fishing experience. Whether you're fishing in the Northwoods or along the Great Lakes, you'll be surrounded by stunning natural beauty.
Good fishing year-round: Wisconsin's varied climate means that there's good fishing to be had all year round. Whether you're fishing in the spring, summer, fall, or winter, you'll find plenty of opportunities to catch fish.
Accessible fishing opportunities: Wisconsin has a wide variety of public fishing areas, including state parks and forests, as well as fishing piers and boat ramps. This makes it easy for anglers to find a spot to fish, regardless of their skill level or experience.
Strong fishing culture: Wisconsin has a strong fishing culture, and many local communities have organized fishing tournaments, derbies, and other events that bring anglers together. Additionally, there are many fishing guides available to help you make the most of your fishing experience.
Image generated by Fotor AI
Fishing In Wisconsin Features List by Jasper Chat
Wisconsin is a great destination for fishing, offering anglers of all levels the chance to enjoy the outdoors and catch some of the most sought-after freshwater fish in the country. Here are the top five reasons why Wisconsin is an ideal place to go fishing:
Variety of Fish Species - Wisconsin has more than 160 different species of fish, including largemouth bass, black crappie, catfish, walleye, trout, and more. This means that no matter what type of fish you’re looking for, you can find it in Wisconsin.
Abundance of Lakes and Rivers - With over 15,000 lakes and 12,600 rivers and streams throughout the state, there are plenty of places to cast your line in Wisconsin.
Fishing Regulations - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has put in place regulations to ensure that all anglave a safe and enjoyable experience while fishing in the state. These regulations include size limits on certain species as well as catch-and-release policies for certain areas.
Licensing Requirements - In order to fish in Wisconsin waters, you must purchase a valid fishing license from the DNR or an authorized vendor. This ensures that all anglers are following the rules and regulations set forth by the DNR while also helping to fund conservation efforts throughout the state.
Accessibility - There are plenty of public access points throughout Wisconsin where anglers can launch their boats or cast their lines from shore without having to worry about trespassing on private property or restricted areas.
My Thoughts: Chat GPT v. Jasper Chat v. Human Writer
I’m slightly impressed. Both AI writing tools quickly composed an intelligible article that would suffice for a SEO optimized blog article. However, as I read through the lists each AI tool provided, I began to see so many issues. Here are my top 5.
Incomplete Content - Both AI generators listed “variety of species” as a reason fishing is good in Wisconsin. However, Chat GPT left out trout and both left out salmon. With world class trout streams in the state and a robust salmon industry in and around Lake Michigan, leaving these two species out of the list makes for incomplete content. Both left out my favorite fish to catch in Wisconsin: the smallmouth bass.
Lost Context - I wouldn’t claim “licensing requirements” and “fishing regulations” as reasons Wisconsin is good for fishing.
Nothing New or Noteworthy - A person not from Wisconsin won’t learn anything new from these two lists. There is nothing noteworthy.
Uninteresting Article - In the end, after spending time with these two lists, I find the content lacking in authenticity, and very boring. If I were to rely solely on AI to write my site content I would then be abdicating my responsibility as a writer and adding to the noise on the Internet.
The Winner - I feel Chat GPT wrote the better list, but Jasper created better prose in the introductions. So it’s a tie.
Everything above the section “My Thoughts” was written by AI. The intro was originally written by Jasper Chat. I edited it to fit my voice and personality. The images for the article were even created by Fotor an AI generation tool for images. This experiment was fun, however, if I am to be serious about my voice and purpose as a writer I must accept that AI has and will always have limitations. Can it be a tool? Yes. I can use it to jog my inspiration and create outlines. I can begin with AI, but I must do my own research and edit the AI content to fit my voice and provide “new” information that only my experience can provide, or I provide zero value.
Finally, If AI is writing most of the content on the Internet and then drawing from that content, then no new information is going to be injected into the greater knowledge bank. This is a dangerous precedent. How long until everything we read, listen to, or watch is a regurgitation of a previous regurgitation?
by Mark Brent
Founder Beyond The Bridges and Mark Brent Productions