Megan Skalbeck

Megan has been following the world of AI since the initial GPT release in 2018. As Head of AI Projects at Verblio, she's responsible for figuring out the best ways to blend the capabilities of artificial intelligence with the quality of our human freelance writers. When she's not doing tech things, she's making music, writing existentialist fiction, or getting reckless on two wheels.

Tips for using AI to create content at scale

By Megan Skalbeck / March 5, 2024

Header image created with DALL-E-3 “We need to be using AI more. Make it happen.” In 2023, over half of the in-house marketers we surveyed told us they’re under pressure…

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Marketers Sound Off: More responses from our 2023 Digital Content Survey

By Megan Skalbeck / February 8, 2024

VerBlog Home / By · · In our 2023 State of Digital Content Survey, we asked marketers, What’s the biggest difference in being a content marketer today from, say, two…

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How I tested 55 prompts to create better outlines

By Megan Skalbeck / February 5, 2024

Header image created by DALL-E-3 using this prompt: “I NEED to test how the tool works with extremely simple prompts. DO NOT add any detail, just use it AS-IS: A robot…

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Why testing prompts is so important for AI content creation

By Megan Skalbeck / January 25, 2024

DALL-E-3 prompt for the header image: “cartoon image of a scientist doing experiments in lab. There should be beakers containing mixtures of different letters, and the scientist is pouring one…

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Four Things to Know About GPT-4

By Megan Skalbeck / July 31, 2023

On Tuesday, March 14, OpenAI released its latest machine learning model, GPT-4. While it hasn’t immediately rocked the world in the same way ChatGPT did, that’s mostly because there wasn’t…

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The Best AI Detection Tools of 2023—Or, When the Turing Test Just Won’t Cut It

By Megan Skalbeck / February 24, 2023

Spare me your philosophy-loving preamble and get to the AI detection tools → In 1950, the Turing Test was devised as a way of assessing whether a machine can “think.”…

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