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AI, Chat GPT – English language and literature – interface – Creative assistance.

Nemalipuri Satyanarayana


An artificial intelligence chatbot named ChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-Trained Transformer) was created by Open AI and released on November 30, 2022. It stands out for giving users the ability to shape and direct a conversation towards the preferred level of detail, structure, style, and language utilised. Although Chat GPT can create messages that resemble the original language, it cannot replace English as a language. After composing a few texts, you must rehearse speaking and writing the sentences in order to fully understand and master them. The interface, which simulates human-like interaction, is actually a language processing system. The Chat GPT interface gives users a unique and interesting experience when exploring, debating, and producing within the field of English literature by fusing the power of advanced language processing with the breadth of literary knowledge. It serves as a cutting-edge and versatile tool for both general readers and subject-matter specialists in the field of language and literature. The interface of Chat GPT and the English language and literature involves a dynamic interaction that allows users to communicate with the AI model using natural language with an emphasis on circumstances connected to English language and literature. The theme of the paper is the relationship between the Chat GPT and English language and literature. Additionally, the paper also discusses the critical role that chat GPT plays in the efficient application of creative assistance and creative prompts, including writing and speaking, references and allusions, literary analysis and critique, language style and tone, translations and multilingual capabilities, content creation, and interactive literary experiences.

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