It’s no mystery that content creators are using generative AI tools like Jasper, Lex (new), Quillbot, bundleIQ, and others to augment their work. It’s an exciting time to be alive! However, there are a lot of questions about how tools like these will impact the future of journalism, academia, and general knowledge work. The debate for or against the use of these AI-powered tools is ongoing, but we believe the genie is officially out of the bottle, and there’s no putting it back. In the near future, we think AI will profoundly impact how content is created and consumed.
The two types of generative AI and how they’re used today
Jasper is used for copy generation; the AI creates unique content based on an understanding of a topic. It’s the generative type that creates something from nothing.
In contrast, bundleIQ offers summarization which takes existing content and transforms it into a simplified version so users can quickly get the gist, identify key points, and save the summaries as notes.
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From a bundleIQ Customer
I use a number of tools to help me with my summarizations, including Wordtune Read and Quillbot. However, bundleIQ’s summarizer is proving to be uncannily accurate and produces superbly well-written results. Beautifully helpful! I’ve quickly found many reasons to press it into service! — Mark Durieux (Ph.D. Sociology Instructor)*
How to Use bundleIQ
Click the “Add “ button in the top right corner of the main workspace screen. A drop-down menu will appear with different content options. Select “new note” or “import files,” then add the content accordingly.
To effectively research a topic, one should first analyze the content and develop an understanding of the main concepts. Once you understand the topic well, you can use semantic search to find related content. You can also use AI-powered summarization to help you understand the research more quickly.
Taking notes is an effective way to remember critical information from an analysis. It can also help organize thoughts and ideas and develop a deeper understanding of the material. When taking notes, focus on the most important points so they can be easily recalled later.
While there is debate about the impact of these tools, it is clear that they are here to stay. They offer a variety of benefits that can help writers manage information, make sense of it, and use it to build their narratives.
Ready to enroll your AI-powered knowledge assistant? Get started for free with a 14-day trial — www.bundleIQ.com
*More about Mark Durieux
Sociology Instructor at Mount Royal University
Lead co-author, “Social Entrepreneurship for Dummies.”
Author, “Sociology 101 for All Walks of Life”
Author (just out!), “Environmental Sociology for All Walks of Life.”
Author (forthcoming), “Social and Eco-Entrepreneurship for All Walks of Life.”