Sassbook Writer AI Completes a Writing Prompt
Today’s post, which is part of a daily series exploring the Artificial Intelligence-aided text generation capabilities of Sassbook AI Writer (or Text Writing AI). In this case, we could call it the Sassbook AI Story Writer that helps you write stories automatically!
The generated text is generally not edited, but some of it might have been left out and different continuations attempted to get the final version. We’ll note such manual interventions in between as block quotes, such as this paragraph. We may also include other commentary.
Here is the prompt supplied to Sassbook AI Text Generator or AI Writer. This time around, we supply a writing prompt from Reddit and build a story out of it, longer than we usually do. Here goes the prompt:
There it was, finally. Our island. Our very own island. It looked beautiful above the water of fog, but there was still one question to be answered. Why had they sold it to us for five dollars?
Sassbook AI generated:
There it was, finally. Our island. Our very own island. It looked beautiful above the water of fog, but there was still one question to be answered. Why had they sold it to us for five dollars? I turned and faced my companion. He seemed a little surprised at seeing me so suddenly alert. But he did not seem surprised. His eyes were fixed on mine, as if in search of something that might help him solve the puzzle.
Cool! Looks like a good start and Sassbook as picked up the essence of the prompt. Let us continue automagically by hitting the Continue button.
“I don’t know,” he said finally, “but I think we can all agree that we’ll be getting out of here before we spend another day here.” I was about to say something, when his face broke into an expression of utter despair.
Continue further and see where this leads us.
“You can’t leave here,” he said. “It’s too dangerous. The people are crazy. They won’t let you leave. And besides, it’s just a matter of time before they find out where you are. That’s the way it works. I had just been trying to convince him that the worst thing that could happen to him was to be discovered, that he’d have no chance at all, but now he looked so utterly hopeless and helpless that I couldn’t even bring myself to argue.
He didn’t seem like a man who would ever get out. And if there were any way out, it wasn’t going to be through the door. It had been years since I’d seen him so distraught, and now this was just one more thing he’d done to make me feel bad for him. But then again, maybe it wasn’t my fault. Maybe the whole world would end if only I could get rid of these damn things. And besides, what did they have to do with anything? He looked at me, a little bit like a dog who has lost its master, then turned back toward the door. As soon as it opened, he slammed it, locked it, and bolted it. Then he walked over to me with both hands outstretched. “I’m sorry,” he whispered. I could hear the muffled sound of his voice. It was like something was being torn from him. But when he spoke again, I knew it was a question. Did he really believe that he could get out? Had he given up hope? He would have to take it as a kind of final answer to all the others he’d told me about. We were going through. I “We’ve got to get out. If we’re going in there, the bank’s going down. The police are going after us. It’s the only way we know how.” “You think you have some idea what you’re talking about?” I asked. “I’m not sure how much more information you’d need than that.” His voice dropped almost to a whisper. “But I’m telling you, it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me. It’s been so long since I’ve had anything good happen in my life, and now this is it.
The above block was generated by a few continuations, just to see how long Sassbook AI Writer could stay with the plot. Looks like it is doing okay, but seems to be rambling around the same idea. Time to supply a new prompt and introduce a new scenario:
Suddenly, there were noises behind us. It was people stomping out dry leaves, but at that moment it sounded so eerie and ominous.
Suddenly, there were noises behind us. It was people stomping out dry leaves, but at that moment it sounded so eerie and ominous. We both stopped dead in our tracks. The sound came from right outside the door, not even ten feet away.
There was no one there. Just silence. Then footsteps started coming down the hallway. They got closer every second. My heart was pounding in my chest, and it was in no way natural to feel so afraid of the unknown. But somehow I managed to keep from running. After a while, I decided that my only hope for escape lay in running away with him. So I took off running, not knowing where or how fast I’d go. When I got outside, I saw that he hadn’t gone far.
Once again, the emotion in the supplied prompt was picked up by the Sassbook text writing AI correctly, but as we continue further it runs out of ideas. This highlights the importance of human creativity in forming plots and telling a story, but how Sassbook helps in narrating it by generating appropriate continuations.
We could go ahead and compose a lengthy story quite easily just like the above. We only used continuations, two prompts and no edits save for the omission of a misplaced link in the generated text. The intent was to show that large quantities of text could be generated rapidly and suitable ones selected by the author.
That’s it for a few of minutes of “work” to generate about 800+ words of text with just continuations and a couple of deletions. No other edits at all, though some edits could improve the quality of prose in a couple of places.
Devote 10-15 minutes to write a decent enough story by supplying new prompts consistent with the plot in your mind.
Sassbook AI not only generates text but can provide such inspirations for creative writing, much more than in other fields where factual content is more desirable. In this case, you could consider Sassbook as a story writing AI application.
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