using AI. Giving a prompt to a chatbot is no more writing a rough draft than giving a ghostwriter a couple of ideas is the same as having written what the ghostwriter produces.
I've never needed Grammarly and rarely use spellcheckers or autocomplete, but I've used PCs for writing since the 1980s. I was in a similar discussion the other day, will just link to what I posted there: https://www.democraticunderground.com/100217809380#post17 . As I said there, using conveniences like copy-and-paste to move your own words around isn't comparable to having a chatbot write for you.
If you just change a chatbot's text here and there, you haven't made it your own, any more than an editor or copy editor making a few changes has written a story.
Any more than Trump wrote any of the books he paid writers to do for him. I'm sure he had suggestions, before and after. He still didn't write those books.
And having an LLM (Large Language Model) churn something out for you guarantees it will never really be your own. As long as any of what the chatbot generated remains, it isn't really all your work.