Will A.I. Ronaldo-bench writers and artists?
And Does Tobi Use A.I. To Write His Poems? A question answered with a blog post speaks to the general topic: Art and Software Engineering.
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At the start, This article discusses: Now that A.I. has access to almost all data in history and the present, are we finished? Where could A.I. lead to this since it keeps improving? So, how can I use A.I.? Are the poems of Tobi Akinpelu written by A.I.?
At the end of this article, we loosened the rope that ties Poetry and Artificial intelligence. Each—standing in their own place.
It's essential to wink at my background to catch my perspective.
I'm a software engineer day in and day out. And a poet, night in, night out.
On a few occasions, codes drive at night so that poetry takes a turn in the morning.
We have to agree that cases like these are once in a few.
Poetry believes there's an above-ordinary, or what others may call supernatural, holding the same microphone that a painter or a musician will hold to say:
"The ideas came from somewhere inside of them."
The public then accepts a connection that feels right to you alone in different ways, but everyone points to impact; they were moved.
Software and Artificial Intelligence spoon-feed this robot to learn and create new paths, but it cannot develop new perspectives.
Perspective in this context means the robot's eye remains shut if there's no mention of "Throne" in the dataset which it learns from, and it can't discuss what is not its language.
That is why Humans see vision and A.I. mimics.
A.I. can write a poem that creates a feeling but not YOUR meaning.
A.I. can help where there's writer's block, but where it stops is where you start.
Now that A.I. has access to almost all data in history and the present, are we finished?
Prompt it to write a poem combining Williams, Shakespeare and Wole Soyinka to bring a type of feeling; it will do just that.
But how is that your poem?
The aforementioned names may have written better than you, but how is that your poem?
How is that a stirring of your creative thinking?
What if you spoon-feed A.I. your own poem? Will it write like you?
That is precisely the point; you will have to write your poem for it to mimic you. And though it can write the next, it can't write your next.
Where could A.I. lead to this since it keeps improving?
A.I. is the best assistant our generation can access, and it is here to stay.
This is my pessimistic scientific theory that leans toward reality:
That there might be a time when a chip is implanted in the brain and
it reads our life and entire future, eventually becoming a god that controls us.
So, how can I use A.I.?
The number one key is always to take the front seat, be in control and remain the source of data.
Once you have your poem, your assistance can help you think through "inconsistencies". A quick pause because that word always shapes true art. But sometimes, some inconsistencies are fundamental mistakes uncovered through revisioning.
A.I. can fast-track the revision process and suggest alternatives. For example, the robot can help in your art gym: let A.I. give an example, then try to do something better.
It can help to answer career and industry questions and provide ideas for navigating the storm. And, of course, those who use artificial intelligence will reach in a shorter time and go farther.
But you will still ride the wave and swim in it, going through the hard work and forgetting to use the bed and pillow.
Are the poems of Tobi Akinpelu written by A.I.?
No, Tobi's poems originate from a genuine passion for art. Its roots are in early-morning reading, questioning and practice—and the trees are his original work. Take this for an example:
Losing the rope that ties Poetry and A.I
And one more poem to read at your convenience.
I find this article really thought provoking in an exciting way especially in this technologically luxurious times where we have all manner of AI's to do all sort of things for us. Notwithstanding, I do think that AI in all its power should best be used as an extension and not a replacement of the man's creative and labourous output. Great article btw.
In my opinion, AI is only restricted to available data or resources given to it. Human brain at it peak, can be wide!
Besides who created AI?