Will AI in the form of the new computer software CHATGPT4 make artists – painters, composers or, in our case, writers – redundant? How can we stand up to this new-world form of plagiarism? This worrying topic will be the basis of our discussion on Thursday.
Four poems and two short stories by old-established (or lately rejoined) members will be joined by a novel extract from a new member, Connor O’Donnell, to whom we extend a warm welcome.
Songs are rare offerings for our sessions and always appreciated. Thank you to Michael and Christine O’Dowd for submitting yours.
The deadline for Mug of the Month entries is approaching: Sunday 26 March. The Key Words are BOX and RING. Send to Anne Murray : firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to another stimulating and entertaining session of Write-On!
Discussion CHATGPT4 – a treat or a threat for writers? Open to all Members
Poem New Poem Thomas MacMahon
Poem The Passing Year Elizabeth Hannon
Poem The Rescue Frank Fahy
Poem Summer Symphony Ciara Keogh
Short Story Seville Oranges Mary Rose Tobin
Short Story A Fateful Meeting Elizabeth Hannon
Novel Extract Digging Connor O’Donnell
Song Love Songs Michael & Christine O’Dowd
Other Items Still time to submit more articles Open to all members