Colorado Chapter: The New Elephant in the Room: Using AI Tools in Your Work – and Talking to Clients About It
The advent of AI tools like ChatGPT has freelancers navigating tricky waters. We’re exploring the tools and figuring out how to incorporate them into our own work effectively and ethically. At the same time, we might be working with clients who are asking questions or coming to us with their own processes – which may or may not align with ours.
Join us for a panel discussion exploring the latest thinking on the use of AI tools and how to talk with clients about it.
Erin Brenner is the owner of editorial services firm Right Touch Editing, which specializes in providing small and midsized organizations with writing and editing teams. Additionally, Erin provides freelance editor coaching and website reviews through Archer Editorial Training. She shares her expertise through her blog, The Writing Resource, and by speaking at industry conferences. Erin is the author of CIEP’s Marketing Yourself Guide (with Sarah Hulse), Copyediting’s Grammar Tune-Up Workbook, and 1001 Words for Success: Synonyms, Antonyms & Homonyms. Find Erin on the web at https://linktr.ee/erinbrenner.
Erin Servais is an editor, educator, and community builder. Committed to helping editors improve their work and lives, she serves as the president and founder of the Editors Tea Club and a board member of ACES: The Society for Editing. Erin offers editor coaching services, has presented about editing and entrepreneurship for the Professional Editors Network, Editors Canada, the Northwest Editors Guild, and ACES, and has been a guest lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Journalism and Media.
Her current focus is training editors to uplevel their skills using artificial intelligence. She teaches the ChatGPT for Editors course and blogs about AI reshaping the publishing industry at AIforEditors.com.
After a decade in magazine publishing and marketing, Jake Poinier pulled the corporate ripcord and started his freelance writing, ghostwriting, and editing business in 1999. His client roster ranges from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies—and everything in between. Jake blogs about the business side of freelancing at DoctorFreelance.com, and has written several books on the topic, including The Science, Art and Voodoo of Freelance Pricing and Getting Paid.