How Does Jasper Work: Inside the Ai Brain

You are definitely into AI writing tools; otherwise, you would have never clicked on this article. If you bought a Jasper AI subscription or are about to buy it, you need to know how it works.

In this article, I have compiled all the essential information you need to know before using this writing beast.

How does Jasper Ai work?

Jasper works based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) which has been developed to write like a human brain. Specifically, it has been based on Machine Learning.

Machine Learning is a branch of Artificial Intelligence that does not need coding for development. Rather than coding for long hours, it uses data, science, and statistics and makes the software or application run. It makes the softwares capable of thinking like a human being, researching the latest results from the database, and writing how a normal human would write.

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You don’t need to get into this technical thing if you are not interested in AI. To know how Jasper AI works, here are 3 main steps you can use to generate unique content using this tool.

1. Choose Your Template

Jasper AI has over 50 templates from which you can choose depending on what kind of content you want to generate. If you wonder what a template is, it is a blueprint that helps you stay organized and structure your ideas while generating content.

Call it your mentor or lifesaver; it can protect you from a blank page syndrome. You are a writer, I understand; you had been waiting for someone or something to save you from this, so here comes Jasper.

2. Give Commands to Jasper

After opening a template, you will see various options inside there. For a blog post template, Jasper will ask you to input your blog’s name, the main keywords you want to focus on, and which part of your blog post you want Jasper to generate.

Similarly, if it’s a product description, you need to enter the product name and its major features that you want to describe, and you are good to go.

3. Let Jasper Generate Content

After that, wait a few moments and let Jasper do its magic. Using its database, Jasper will generate great unique content for you.

Is Jasper AI the same as Jarvis?

Yes, Jasper AI is the same as Jarvis. Jarvis is its old name, which is no longer used. Jarvis was rebranded as Jasper at the beginning of 2022.

It sounds like a funny story. If you are a Marvels fan, just like me, you would remember the AI created by Tony Stark, which he named J.A.R.V.I.S. Paul Bettany voiced it, and then he physically appeared in Marvel with the same character who then appeared in the series as Vision.

We all know how much the branding and identification of Marvel have been protected since it came on the scene. When became popular enough to get attention from Disney, they asked the brand to change its name, and they came up with the name Jasper.

Is Jasper AI using OpenAI?

Yes, Jasper AI is using the OpenAI model. OpenAI developed the GPT-3 (Generative Pretrained Transformer 3) model, which is also the base of Jasper AI.

This AI model of OpenAI is capable of writing in human language. It can write marketing, informational content, and even stories on different niches depending on the inputs and commands. The amazing thing about GPT-3 is that one can never know whether a person or the technology has written it.

Though using Jasper seems easy. One just needs to enter commands, which works wonders, but there is quite a lot of technical work at the back end.

Will Jasper replace copywriters?

No, Jasper cannot replace copywriters. It is still a robot that can make mistakes depending on inappropriate commands or the unavailability of data in its database.

Jasper AI and other similar AI writing tools are not made to replace humans but to assist humans. Sometimes the information provided by the tools is not up-to-date and needs to be corrected manually. Similarly, sometimes, there needs to be more creativity or uniqueness in the content which needs to be edited.

While using these AI tools, I have experienced repetition in the content, with the same line appearing twice in a paragraph. I have also written product reviews. No doubt the content was great, but there were differences in the features, which I corrected afterwards.

Can an AI write its own blog?

Yes, AI can write a blog about itself. Amazingly, it is not something new. Researchers have asked AI tools to write about themselves and got incredible results.

There’s a study submitted to Scientific American in which researchers asked GPT-3 to write a comprehensive article about itself. They were amazed by the results that the tool wrote a complete research paper which was then published. 

Can Google detect AI writing?

Google cannot differentiate between real human-written content and fake technology-written content.

It is because Google has yet to be developed for this purpose. With its present capabilities, it cannot differentiate whether certain content is written by a human or an AI-based tool. 

In one of his press, John Meuller says that if a human does not check the content after a tool generates it, it will be in raw form, which Google can detect that a human has not written it.

But if a person does proofread the content generated by an AI tool and edit out the mistakes, if any, then it would be hard for Google to differentiate. He meant that Google could differentiate between high and low content quality.


Jasper, previously known as Jarvis, is an AI-based writing assistant based on OpenAI’s GPT-3 model. It writes in human language using different human tones. It just takes 3 steps for users to generate content with the help of this tool. They need to select a template, input some commands, and Jasper does its work.

Though it’s great, it cannot replace copywriters. AI tools can write blogs about themselves. Currently, Google cannot differentiate between human-written and AI-written content.

Mian Mohsin (MohsinZox)

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