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What If The Future Of Fiction Writing Is Point And Click?

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AI-generative fiction tools, as we know, are advancing rapidly. But currently their ouput needs a lot of input and revising by human co-creators. But what if the future of fiction writing is point and click?

The Future of Fiction Writing Is Close

For a glimpse of one possible future for fiction, have a look at NovelistAI. It is basically point and click novel generation (also gamebooks and images). Ordinary folk can choose from a variety of options, press enter, and AI does the rest (for a fee). There is also room for human input to direct the bot. At present the output is relatively limited. However, down the road…?

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Some Parameters Currently Available To Tweak

Here are some of their parameters to choose for novels:
language (about a dozen); genre (about a dozen); setting; scope; theme; characters; narrator; and more.

What If The Future Of Fiction Writing Is Point And Click?

Think I’m exaggerating what’s already available to consumers for point-and-click writing? Feast your eyes on Quiet Quill, another AI generative text writer. It markets itself as “The Laziest Way To Write Your Next Book: Write Non-Fiction Books That You Can Be Proud Of… And Do It Incredibly Fast With AI”
Quiet Quill AI Non-Fiction Writer

They aren’t kidding. Fill in a bunch of parameters (book title, theme, focus). Within an hour (or less), it’ll spew out a…wait for it…60,000 word nonfiction book! It may require a whole lot of editing. Or not, depending on the output, your audience, and the quality of writing you are striving to produce.

IMHO, it’s only a matter of time till AI generative, one-click writing tools like this, produce high quality books, including fiction. If this continues to advance, what are your thoughts on how this might affect fiction authors?





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