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👉 Google's AI takes my long blogs and makes them short in search results.
👉 This might mean fewer people visit my blog. I'm worried if it's using my words without asking.
👉 Now, I'm thinking about how to keep my posts safe while still sharing them.
Have you ever heard of Google's Generative AI?
It's a super-smart computer program that can understand and write like humans. But sometimes, it does things that might make bloggers like me a little worried.
I want to tell you about something that happened to me. You see, I love to write blogs. It's a way for me to share my thoughts and ideas with the world. But one day, something strange happened. I found my blog posts in Google search results, but they weren't written by me. It was Google's Generative AI summarizing my posts.
Here's an example of what I'm talking about. I tweeted about it, saying,
Google's Generative AI sending summary of my blog posts, in native search results.— Aman Chourasia (@AmanBlogs) October 13, 2023
I think, it is time to stop blogging! or Sending a DMCA notice to Google itself.#Google #AI #Blogging #SEO #Content
Left: My Blog Post https://t.co/TGMzg5qKtZ
Right: Google Generative Ai pic.twitter.com/9q55NrYoEY
Now, let's break it down in simple terms. Imagine you write a cool story, and you want to share it with your friends. You decide to tell your friend, Google, about your story. But instead of keeping your story a secret, Google tells everyone a short version of your story when they search for it. That's what happened to my blogs.
It made me wonder if I should stop blogging or do something to protect my stories. I thought about sending a DMCA notice to Google. DMCA stands for the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, which is like telling Google, "Hey, those are my stories, not yours!"
Google's Generative AI is pretty amazing. It can help people find information faster and understand things better. But when it starts to change our stories without asking, it can be a little scary.
So, what should we do? Well, it's important to keep sharing our ideas and stories, but we should also make sure our work is safe. I think there must be a way that let's Google's Generative AI know that we want to keep our words just the way we wrote them, or give hyperlinks to original blog posts within the summary.
In the end, we can still be friends with Google, but we also need to make sure our stories stay our stories. And that's the real story of how Google AI changed my blogging world.