Using AI for posts about paddling

I wanted to find out if it’s doable or not. Or actually, interesting. This is my instruction for the chatbot over at OpenAI, who people have been raving about, to write this very blog post:

“Write a witty and inspiring blog post about winter paddling with a skin on frame greenland style kayak please.”

As you can see, I am even being polite to the script… or is “script” a derogatory term for an AI? Maybe Madam or Sir Program would be better? Or is it genderless? Maybe that word, gender, is desparaging too? Can AI change gender depending on context? Oh wait ’til the Woke people get started on it!

Anyway, here is one of the results I got from the chatbot. There’s more below it. I named them manually based on the first few sentences, just for fun. You see, first hurdle: if you don’t instruct it, it wont do it. I forgot to tell it I need a title for the text.

Winter paddling not for the faint of heart

Winter paddling with a skin on frame greenland style kayak is not for the faint of heart. It takes a special kind of person to embrace the cold, embrace the challenge, and embrace the beauty of winter paddling.

For those of us who are willing to take on the challenge, there are few experiences as exhilarating and rewarding as paddling a skin on frame greenland style kayak through the frozen waters of winter. The sleek design of these kayaks allows for a smooth and efficient stroke, and the skin on frame construction provides added insulation against the cold.

But winter paddling isn’t just about the physical challenge. It’s also about the mental and emotional benefits that come with it. The serenity of a frozen landscape, the sound of ice cracking beneath your kayak, and the sense of accomplishment that comes with conquering the elements are just a few of the reasons why winter paddling is such a unique and fulfilling experience.

So if you’re looking for a new adventure this winter, consider taking up winter paddling with a skin on frame greenland style kayak. It may be cold, it may be challenging, but it will be an experience you’ll never forget. Happy paddling!

Another result. Already a pattern emerges…

Connect with winter in a SOF kayak

Winter paddling with a skin on frame Greenland style kayak is a truly unique and invigorating experience. As the snow falls softly around you, the quiet of the winter landscape is broken only by the rhythmic sound of your paddle slicing through the cold water.

The beauty of a skin on frame kayak is that it allows you to truly connect with the elements in a way that a more traditional kayak simply cannot. The lightness and sensitivity of the kayak means that you can feel every movement of the water beneath you, and the small size allows you to slip silently through the water, almost as if you are part of the landscape itself.

In addition to the sensory experience, winter paddling with a skin on frame kayak also offers a number of practical benefits. The small size and light weight make it easy to transport and store, even in the tightest of spaces. And the durability of the materials means that you can rely on your kayak to withstand the harsh winter weather.

But perhaps the greatest benefit of all is the sense of adventure and freedom that comes with winter paddling. As you glide effortlessly through the cold water, you can feel the wind in your hair and the sun on your face, and you are reminded of the wild and untamed beauty of nature.

So if you are looking for a truly unique and inspiring way to explore the winter landscape, consider giving winter paddling with a skin on frame Greenland style kayak a try. You may just find that it is the perfect way to embrace the cold and connect with the beauty of the natural world.

Here is the one I think is the best:

Embrace the cold and hit the water

Ah, winter paddling with a skin on frame Greenland style kayak. There’s nothing quite like it. The crisp, cold air biting at your cheeks, the ice-covered water glistening in the sunlight, and the quiet serenity of the winter landscape.

But don’t let the chilly temps scare you away. Paddling in the winter can be an incredibly rewarding and exhilarating experience. Plus, with a skin on frame Greenland kayak, you’ll be able to glide effortlessly through the water, slicing through the ice with ease.

So why not embrace the cold and hit the water this winter? Here are a few reasons why winter paddling with a skin on frame Greenland kayak is the way to go:

  1. It’s a unique and exciting adventure. Paddling in the winter is a completely different experience than paddling in the summer. The water is colder, the air is crisp, and the landscape is covered in a blanket of snow. It’s a whole new world out there, and it’s waiting for you to explore it.
  2. It’s a great way to stay active and healthy. Paddling is an excellent full-body workout, and it’s especially beneficial in the winter when many of us tend to be more sedentary. Plus, being out on the water in the fresh air is a great way to boost your mood and keep your mind sharp.
  3. It’s a fantastic way to connect with nature. Winter is a beautiful time of year, and paddling in a skin on frame Greenland kayak allows you to really appreciate the natural world around you. Whether you’re gliding through a frozen lake or exploring a snow-covered river, you’ll be able to take in the breathtaking beauty of the winter landscape.

So don’t let the cold weather keep you cooped up indoors this winter. Grab your skin on frame Greenland kayak and hit the water. You’ll be glad you did. Happy paddling!

Conclusion, December 2022

So, would you as an experienced paddler be helped by any of these posts? In my opinion, they are the typical result of someone writing about paddling who have only tried it a few times, or maybe just googled it. I.e. they don’t have a clue. The job description “Content producer” comes to mind.

Haven’t we all spent too many hours of our lives sifting through lengthy texts designed to sell ads in search of just a little answer to an advanced problem at hand already? The answers you find are extremely basic, repetitive and you are only there on their page because of spammy SEO (search engine optimization). So you have to search again. And again.

Is this the future with AI writing for the whole Internet? I hope not. I am really not against AI, on the contrary. It just isn’t good enough in certain applications yet. In this example it’s mostly based on text and expressions that are already out there, however jumbled up and presented as original ideas. To balance up this very text and opinions herein, here is a link to my AI generated Cats in oil as buyable NFTs which “I” created last week. I think the AI did some of them quite well but I have forgotten the promts they needed. You could probably figure them out yourself and it’s fun to play around with!

So, writing this I might be struck down by Ming, Your God or someone breaking in at my home, but if you see me get run over by a self steering truck, you will know I was wrong about AIs being not so smart! Yet…

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