String Theory Involving Expressions.
While I would like a more melodic interaction between the two expressions of music and mathematics, it fascinates me that individuals are blending the two types of language used by the artist and AI. It makes me think that one of the reasons that humans are afraid of AI is the apparent incompatibility of the two expressions of thought using emotional symbols of art and the symbols of logic/math. As Larry Greenemeier illustrates in Scientific American, artists are exploring how to interact with this new appendage/face of culture.
I can understand how this collaboration lures artists with visions of expanded ability and stretching boundaries. It certainly lures me. What new thing can emerge from the blending as AI interacts with our heart as well as our mind? Will this help us to evolve by our standing shakily up into a strange world immersed in electromagnetic rays and increasing solar radiation?
Hah! My partner is right. I live in a science fiction world, evident that I even think these things. I can’t help it. I want to understand how to live in this strange evolving landscape. And it is so much more fun to view through the lens of a scifi explorer. We all have a choice to blend our own expressions uniquely, understanding that our self imposed filters help to limit the onslaught of so many permutations and information. We color our individual worlds by the selection and editing of what we see and listen, and becoming aware of how we do it tells us who we are.
As I listen to my stream of consciousness post, I wonder how I can apply this to teaching. Hearing that thought, I understand how I truly view my position in life: a teacher. Initially, that sounds altruistic, but earlier in my posts, I revealed myself as selfish, wanting to learn because that is the best way that I can play the lead in my individual scifi movie. I’m a ham.