For all those who find the AI tone of voice annoying…


Here is a nugget of information about using ChatGPT for those who do not like the model’s writing style.

It means that, if you don’t tell it what style to use, you may end up with a flowery or chatty style which offends you.

ChatGPT says:

As an AI language model, I can emulate various writing styles, including but not limited to:

1. Formal: Suitable for academic papers, professional documents, or official correspondence. This style adheres to strict grammar rules and maintains a professional tone.

2. Informal: Similar to casual conversation, informal writing style is relaxed, conversational, and often includes colloquialisms, contractions, and slang.

3.Persuasive: This style aims to convince the reader to adopt a particular viewpoint or take a specific action. It employs rhetorical devices, emotional appeals, and persuasive language to sway the audience.

4.Descriptive: Focused on painting vivid images and sensory experiences, descriptive writing style uses rich language and sensory details to convey a scene, character, or event.

5. Narrative: Commonly found in storytelling, narrative writing style tells a story or recounts events. It often features characters, a plot, dialogue, and descriptive language to engage readers

6. Expository: Also known as explanatory writing, expository style aims to inform or explain a topic thoroughly. It presents facts, explores concepts, and clarifies ideas in a clear and organised manner.

7. Creative: Characterised by imagination and originality, creative writing style encompasses various genres such as fiction, poetry, and drama. It allows for artistic expression and experimentation with language and structure.

8. Technical: Used in technical documents, manuals, or instructional materials, technical writing style communicates complex information in a clear, concise, and organised manner. It often includes diagrams, charts, and technical terminology.

These are just a few examples, and there are many other writing styles and subgenres that I can emulate based on specific needs or preferences.”

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