AI Generated Language: Porspects and Challenges


  • Javeria Haroon National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Mian Khurram Shahzad Azam National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan


Capabilities to autonomously generate free and unconstrained yet coherent, meaningful, logically connected and thematically unified language text contributions make collaborative (re)shaping of nonlinear interactive narratives a hyperreal phenomenon in which open AI systems appear to be participating in equations with their human users. However, AI (re)shaped narratives are unique for where human inputs remain subjected to their spatiotemporal situatedness, socio-cultural contexts, and individual choices, AI-generated contributions are neither constrained by any contextual understanding nor are they influenced by any sentience for the consequences that the generated language or the (re)shaped narratives might have on its receivers. Analysis of the lexical content of the AI-generated language shows how a non- human agent effectively carves narratives on intricate human themes such as gender performativity, human emotions, psychological complexities, and multidimensional human relationships. The analysis establishes AI as a contributor to human existence for in the entire interactive experience both the open AI systems and their human users would undergo transformation. This is an attempt to propose a new theoretical perspective towards human-AI collaboration and highlights the need for the development of new analytical tools and evaluation criteria that is essentially needed to address the emerging phenomenon of a nonhuman AI agency capable of collaborating freely, meaningfully, and effectively with its human users.



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Haroon, J. & Azam, M. K. S. (2023). AI generated language: Porspects and challenges. Erevna: Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 7(1), 47-60.



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Javeria Haroon, & Mian Khurram Shahzad Azam. (2023). AI Generated Language: Porspects and Challenges. Erevna: Journal of Linguistics and Literature, 7(1), 47-60. Retrieved from