Does Jarvis AI Really Work?

Does Jarvis AI Really Work

A meta-review of Jarvis AI using the AI itself!

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been picking up steam over the past few years. For over 50 years now, artists have been writing code to create art. As recently as 2021, we saw the arrival of Codex on the AI scene, which creates code from natural language commands.

With AI being capable of creating art and writing code all by itself, what can’t AI do today? In fact, would you believe me if I told you that this article is being written—albeit partly—by AI too? To understand the full writing capabilities of AI, the Jumpstart team put Jarvis AI to the test. Let’s dive into how Jarvis AI works and its effectiveness in writing comprehensive articles.

Understanding Jarvis (in the AI’s own words!)

In a nutshell, Jarvis AI is an automated article writer. First, it uses natural language processing to interpret information from a wide array of sources on the internet. Then, it summarizes the topic to write the article. The result is an informative article, but with no original content. Jarvis can write in over 25 languages and creates content that ranks well in search engine optimization (SEO).

Okay, now back to me. Jarvis can write articles with specific tones in mind. So, you can be witty, funny, serious, conversational or even sound like American commentator Joe Rogan! You can give Jarvis a fair idea of what you want the article to cover. For instance, you can mention specific keywords, like “fast fashion”, if you want to write an article about sustainability.

Another interesting feature that Jarvis offers is called “recipes”. Recipes tell you how to use Jarvis to create a specific kind of content. For instance, if you want to write a blog post, you can use the blog post recipe by clicking on the “Run” option. The recipe will ask you to replace the variables with your content. For instance, >write a brief for {TOPIC} is a command you can give Jarvis in the blog recipe. Here, you would replace the “{TOPIC}” with whatever you want to write about.  

Let’s go back to the sustainability example. If you replace “{TOPIC}” with the word “sustainability”, Jarvis will give you a brief overview on the topic, which you can then paste into your document’s content description section. Next, you can use other commands to ask Jarvis for suggestions on what subsections your article can entail and the respective content. Apart from blog posts, Jarvis also provides pre-made recipes for Facebook posts, product reviews, emails and scripts among a range of other kinds of content. 

What should you use Jarvis for?

As Jarvis says, it is great for creating summaries. However, since we use Jarvis to write extremely informative articles, we have come across one big issue with the AI program. In our articles, we often include links to external sources (e.g. news, reports, other articles) when we use them in our articles. Yet, we have found it rather time-consuming and difficult to verify the references suggested by Jarvis. This ultimately leads us to put in additional effort to go back and forth to look for ‌links to the suggested sources and check whether the content Jarvis writes is accurate or not. 

Jarvis takes information from other sources and presents it in a way that is easy to understand for the average reader. So, if you are not looking to create a piece of content that has linked references added in, Jarvis can do the job for you. It can create a first draft for you to add references to and speed up your writing process.

It could give you great copies that perform well on Google. Jarvis uses Surfer SEO integration, which tells you what words you need to change to rank better in Google’s search results. So you can use Jarvis to create content for writing high-performing marketing copies, which would be particularly useful if you are a startup without specific employees to do the writing for you.

So, what do we think about Jarvis?

After using the tool for some of my work, I came to the conclusion that, sure, Jarvis is great if you are stuck with writer’s block, but it isn’t an absolute replacement for writers. Particularly, if you are writing articles that require a lot of research and critiques. 

Jarvis will not do the referencing for you, which means that the “meat” of the article has to come from you! Like most writers, I struggle with the blank page syndrome, and Jarvis is a great tool to help you get started. If you approach the AI with the right expectations, it can help you get your article drafts up and ready much faster than you would otherwise. 

Header image courtesy of Jarvis AI’s website

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Kamya Pandey
Kamya is a writer at Jumpstart. She is obsessed with podcasts, films, everything horror-related, and art.

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