AI - text creation using artificial intelligence

AI - text creation using artificial intelligence

In 1921, Karel Čapek wrote his famous novel R.U.R. On the recommendation of his brother Josef, he used the word "robot" for the first time to name artificial intelligence. More than 100 years later, artificial intelligence has become an integral part of our lives. It has even learned to write.

What about text creation? We tested several AIs and here are our findings.

Artificial Intelligence and Text Creation

Artificial intelligence (AI) has pushed the boundaries of text creation significantly forward in recent years. To some extent, it has caused a shift in fields such as marketing and PR. Publicists, copywriters, authors, and journalists have tools of unprecedented capabilities at their disposal, which however partially threaten them.

Students write essays in 2 minutes, and teachers acquire tools to recognize AI-generated texts. So, what are the advantages and disadvantages of text creation by artificial intelligence?


Entrusting text creation to artificial intelligence undoubtedly brings many benefits.

The most crucial include:

  • high text writing speed,
  • almost flawless grammar (even in Czech),
  • can inspire during so-called creative block,
  • can create engaging stories,
  • never repeats word for word,
  • can suggest various types of headlines,
  • can apply stylistics directly for your need,
  • finds the right words.


However, after testing several text creation tools from the "hands" of AI, we encountered the following disadvantages.

Some are quite understandable, others are somewhat more alarming:

  • syntax - insufficient ability to form sentences,
  • lack of imagination,
  • absolute absence of emotions,
  • does not use the latest knowledge and information from a given field,
  • low level of own creativity,
  • can't combine topics,
  • some texts repeat and are meaningless.

In our test, for example, we asked the AI how large is the area of ​​the Krusne Hory mountains. Surprisingly, we got three different answers: 6,000, 4,000, or 3,500 square kilometers. The correct answer is the first option.


We asked one of the AI tools what it thinks about its writing. It responded: "I am a tool that can be useful for providing information and answering various questions. However, I should not be the only source of information, especially when it comes to sensitive or critical topics. I am not infallible and I may occasionally make mistakes or provide incorrect information. It is always important to verify important information from multiple sources."

Apart from the imperfect syntax, we were pleasantly surprised by the self-criticism. Which of the writers can write this?