Groom uses AI to write wedding vows, leaves bride and guests in tears

Groom uses AI to write wedding vows, leaves bride and guests in tears

Wedding vows causing cold sweats? This groom's got a wild solution and it involves AI.

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Forget sweaty palms and fumbled vows. This groom walked down the aisle with a secret weapon in his pocket - ChatGPT. 

Faced with the pressure of crafting the perfect declaration of love, he turned to technology.

Joe (who was hiding his real name) thought ChatGPT would be his saviour on his big day and the AI chatbot definitely was.

On the Ben, Liam & Belle show on Nova in Australia, Joe called in to confess his secret, leaving the hosts filled with even more questions.

To everyone's surprise, the now-married Joe’s AI-generated vows were a smash hit. His wife cried (tears of joy, we presume), and the guests were touched by the heartfelt message. 

As Joe himself admitted, "It went really well... everyone was crying, like, I could not have written anything better."

Whether you'd trust a chatbot with your deepest emotions is up to you, but one thing's for sure: Joe's story is a testament to the power of finding the perfect words, no matter the source.

This story raises a few fascinating questions regarding the use of AI across the globe. It seems, in Joe's case, the chatbot was a win. 

We’d like to know, what should AI chatbots NOT be used for, help us by answering our poll below:

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