Best AI program/site to use for writing fiction?
September 11, 2020 1:00 PM   Subscribe

I have been using AIDungeon to experiment with writing short fiction, and I love how it works-- when it works. It seems like the developer of the program is more interested in forcing it to work like a game, where you are more limited in actions and have to be in conflict with the AI instead of collaboration. Is there another site or way to use GPT-3 for fiction? ,
posted by The otter lady to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 10 users marked this as a favorite
Ok my links don't work...

Open in the AI Dungeon app: Link
posted by The otter lady at 1:03 PM on September 11

If you can get beta access I think Sudowrite is exactly what you are looking for.
posted by forbiddencabinet at 1:11 PM on September 11 [1 favorite]

Just an AI Dungeon tip, have you been using Story mode? If not, I highly recommend you do that instead of "Do," or "Say." It is far more likely to consider your input as something to respond to, rather than an action to take.

Also use World Info and/or remember a lot, or turn on the experimental support for automatic addition to those, if you have premium.

I don't see the developer as encouraging conflict with the AI at all, that just seems to be the default mode for some people to view it.
posted by Alensin at 1:42 PM on September 11 [1 favorite]

[Edited the links, should work now I think.]
posted by LobsterMitten (staff) at 1:57 PM on September 11

GPT-2: Write With Transformer.
Also it isn't GPT or GPT-3, but Cyborg Writer might fit the bill with AI-based tab-autocomplete.

BTW the first person (as far as I know) to come up with this is Robin Sloan: Writing with the Machine. It's a thoughtful read.
posted by suedehead at 4:04 PM on September 11 [1 favorite]

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