Authentic Art in the Age of AI (Sentience, #3)

Authentic Art in the Age of AI (Sentience, #3)

by Carter Blakelaw
Authentic Art in the Age of AI (Sentience, #3)

Authentic Art in the Age of AI (Sentience, #3)

by Carter Blakelaw

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Overview

Tune in to what is uniquely human about you, and channel a creativity that is beyond the reach of AI.

 

Painter, poet, composer, performer, or prose monkey—aspiring artist or seasoned pro—if you're after a deeper perspective, this book is for you.

 

To say that we humans 'feel' while an AI does not hardly scratches the surface.

 

In this book Blakelaw uses a specific theory of what makes us conscious to spell out what makes us different from—and superior to—even the smartest machines (which is what an AI is, after all).

 

Conscious experience is not a simple thing; it is causative and it offers us freedoms in ways that are not immediately obvious.

 

Out of a Babel of arguments and considerations about the threats, promises, and challenges of AI, Blakelaw arrives at a broad manifesto that should inspire any artist in any field to keep raising their game, and never stop.

 

Only a human being can be Authentic. That is the key.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940167193161
Publisher: The Logic of Dreams
Publication date: 06/11/2023
Series: Sentience
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 13 MB
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About the Author

Carter Blakelaw lives in bustling central London, in a street with two bookshops and an embassy, any of which might provide escape to new pastures, if only for an afternoon. For over a decade Carter has delivered critiques at writers' workshops and critique groups, some of whose members have transformed themselves into prize-winning and best-selling authors. However, it is the frequency of numerous weaknesses, as exposed by these groups and especially in the work of developing writers, that motivates the writing of this book.

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