The Singularity and Creativity / THESIS Even after the technological singularity, artificial intelligence can never be as creative as human artists.

| December 15, 2015

The Singularity and Creativity / THESIS Even after the technological singularity, artificial intelligence can never be as creative as human artists.

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THESIS:Even after the technological singularity, artificial intelligence can never be as creative as human artists.

Experts in futures, Ray Kurzweil and Vernor Vinge, are among the leaders in the subject of the singularity. Their arguments have to do with the quickening pace of intelligent technology, increasingly getting smarter. The singularity is a point when, futurists predict, machines will catch up to and then surpass human intelligence and understanding. After that point, …

USE MARC PRESKY BRAIN GAIN AS A SOURCE,
STUART BRAND CLOCK OF THE LONG NOW

USE AS A REFERENCE IF YOU CAN
THE SINGULARITY AND THE STATE OF THE ART IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
THE TECHNOLOGICAL SINGULARITY (UBIQUITY SYMPOSIUM)Ubiquity, Volume 2014 Issue October, October 2014 | BY ERNEST DAVIS
Recognition within images, Identifying images to match phrases, coreference resolutions,
AI tasks—which people do easily with essentially 100 percent accuracy—current technology often does not come anywhere close. My point is not in the least to denigrate this work. The papers are major accomplishments, of which their authors are justly proud; the researchers are top-notch, hard-working scientists, building on decades of research. My point is these problems are very, very hard.
Moreover, the success rates for such AI tasks generally reach a plateau, often well below 100 percent, beyond which progress is extremely slow and difficult.
“One can imagine a civilization of computers and people, where the computers think of people as a kind of seer; in most things, quite stupid and laughably slow, but possessed of a strange super-computer ability to interpret images, and of a mysterious insight which they call “real-world reasoning.” Actually, I’m not sure I can imagine it, but I can imagine someone could imagine it.”

-Ernest Davis

But probably before this imagined scenario – AI is a tool or partner in the creative process more than anything.

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https://www.nielsen.com/us/en/insights/news/2014/uncommon-sense-will-there-be-an-advertising-singularity.html
Singularity is arriving in the advertising industry.

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Robots Can’t Dance. Why the singularity is greatly exaggerated.
BY JEANNE CARSTENSEN

But even if a computer can reason…
Intuition, a gut feeling about which direction to go – Inconsistencies, nuance, Novelty, inventiveness, the unexpected.
Coined Telepistemology.
(Dreyfus) wasn’t a computer scientist but a philosopher saying, “No, you’re missing that a fundamental aspect of intelligence is experience and that requires embodiment.” He knew that to understand the world you needed to be inside the world, you needed to experience its behaviors and responses to you.
– Ken Goldberg

views on AI.

USE GOLDBERGS’S ARTOWRKS AS EXAMPLE OR TO ILLUSTRATE IDEAS IF NEED BE.

TO CONCLUDE:

Expand on emma sulkowicz art performance as an illustration of why my thesis is true.

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