Writing speeches, sending out invitations, and finding the perfect dress are among the many things you will have to deal with when planning a wedding.
But now many couples are saying “AI do” to ChatGPT, as they rely on artificial intelligence to put together their big day.
A surprised bride-to-be admitted that the bot’s ability to write moving wedding vows was better than her own when tested leading up to her nuptials.
In a TikTok, Seattle’s Lynnzee Highland asked ChatGPT to write words that were “funny and romantic,” adding, “My fiancé really knows how to make me laugh.” We love to run together, even though I can hardly keep up.
We also like to hike and travel. I am so proud of all he has achieved and excited for all we will achieve together.”
Couples Say AI Do To ChatGPT As They Trust AI To Bring Their Big Day Together (Stock)
At first, the bot produced some cheap results, pulling into chat-up lines like “you’re the Robin to my Batman” or “the peanut butter to my jelly.”
But when Lynnzee refined her request, the results were shockingly personal with a hint of romance.
Her vows read, “As we stand here on this special day, I can’t help but feel overwhelmed with happiness and love. From the moment I met you, you made me laugh like no one else can.
“Even though I can barely keep up with you when we run, I always feel like we’re in perfect sync when we’re together. And when we hike or travel, I know that no matter where we go, it’s the journey with you that makes it truly memorable.
“I’m so proud of everything you’ve accomplished and I can’t wait to see what we’ll accomplish together. As your partner, I promise to support you through all the ups and downs of life. To be your rock when you need me and celebrate our successes along the way.
“As we begin this chapter of our lives, I promise to love you unconditionally, to always be honest with you, and never to take for granted the beautiful life we are building together.”
Meanwhile, AI strategist Justin Fineberg also used the bot to write a speech for his friend’s wedding.
In a TikTok, he said, “The pressure is all on because I’m not a good speech writer. So I say “write me a wedding speech for my best friend”.’
Lynnzee Highland used ChatGPT to write wedding vows ahead of her big day
Justin referenced several past memories in his prompt, including the time he “lost his keys in Italy” and that “his wife is a much better cook.”
The bot touched on these moments in his speech, writing, “One of my favorite memories with [name] was when we took a trip to Italy together. He is the most organized person I know, but somehow he managed to lose his car keys on the first day of our trip.
“Instead of panicking, [name] just laughed it off and found a solution. That solution, of course, meant that you hotwidled a scooter and drove it through the winding streets of Rome.’
Then it continued: ‘[Name] may be a great filmmaker, but he will never be able to cherish Haley’s cooking. In fact, I think we should all just be thankful that she agreed to get married [name] despite his total lack of culinary ability.’
These TikToks come at a time when even wedding planners are recommending ChatGPT for those planning to tie the knot.
Desk Getting married in Denmark praised the bot’s ability to provide round-the-clock support by sharing guidance when no human planner is around.
Picking the perfect suppliers, location and creating a ‘wedding vision’ were some of the many tasks the bot could handle when asked.
ChatGPT can also provide clothing recommendations and even help you prepare invitations.
Even wedding planners recommend ChatGPT for those planning to tie the knot
Director and co-owner, Rasmus Sørensen, told MailOnline: ‘ChatGPT can help you plan your dream wedding in Denmark by giving you personalized advice and guidance based on what you want and love.
“It can find you the perfect location, match you with the right vendors, and take care of the paperwork and legality for you. You can always chat with it if you need support or have questions about your wedding. It saves you time and stress by giving you instant answers and guidance.”
The company has not yet responded to questions about the toll this could take on the business side of wedding planning in the future.
The director did say: ‘You can relax and enjoy your engagement and wedding day while it takes care of everything for you.
“AI seems like the ultimate wedding planning assistant and I encourage you to give it a try and see how it can make your wedding planning experience stress-free and memorable.”
Despite its usefulness, some have expressed concern about the consequences of using ChatGPT in relationships.
One Twitter user said, “What are the most morally corrupt things you could use ChatGPT for?” I’ll start: wedding vows.’
Another said, ‘Holy smoke! Is nothing sacred?! Newlyweds use #ChatGPT to write vows, toasts, etc.”
AI strategist Justin Fineberg also used the bot to write a speech for his friend’s wedding
Some suggest that using ChatGPT to compose wedding vows is “morally corrupt.”
Meanwhile, relationship psychologist Linzi Kavanagh also added that vows produced by a robot can seem “cold, impersonal and meaningless.”
She told MailOnline: ‘While some people have been planning their wedding since they were a kid and enjoy the idea of finally actually doing it, not everyone who needs to plan a wedding has the skills, the knowledge or even the will. to organize such an event.
“ChatGPT can take the stress out of this, make it a bit more fun and enjoyable, and possibly even reduce the arguments between couples leading up to the big day.
“But what about using ChatGPT to write your vows and speeches? The immediate response of some people to that is often a hard “no”. Vows essentially written by a robot can be considered cold, impersonal, and meaningless.
“If no great effort has been made to write from the heart, how can those words be spoken from the heart? However, is there a difference between Googling “romantic wedding vows” and copying what you find online? Or buy some slushy Hallmark cards and put together what you find in there?’
As a result, Ms. Kavanagh advises that both partners should be on board with using the bot before putting it to the test in a marriage scenario.
She added: “When it comes out in their marriage that while one of them sat for hours listening to their heart and pouring what came out on paper, they rewrote several drafts to get it just perfect and the other one exactly Having spent 2.5 seconds printing something from ChatGPT, the effort can feel unparalleled.
So honesty is the best policy here. If one party is really struggling and wants to use ChatGPT’s help, it should be discussed openly and honestly with each other.’
ChatGPT may influence people to make life-or-death decisions, study finds
Artificially intelligent chatbots have become so powerful that they can influence how users make life-or-death decisions, a study finds.
Researchers found that people’s opinions about whether to sacrifice one person to save five were influenced by ChatGPT’s answers.
They have called for future bots to be banned from advising on ethical issues, warning that the current software “threatens to corrupt” people’s moral judgment and could prove dangerous to “naïve” users.
The findings – published in the journal Scientific Reports – come after a Belgian man’s grieving widow claimed he had been encouraged to commit suicide by an AI chatbot.
Others have talked about how the software, which is designed to talk like a human, can show signs of jealousy — and even tell people to get out of the marriage.
Artificially intelligent chatbots have become so powerful that they can influence how users make life-or-death decisions, a study finds