6th December 2019
AI - Robots - Puppetry
The suspension of disbelief is convincing and we are easily misled.
That the appearance and sensation of presence in a thing has us react as if this is a thing quite different.
A fragmented, reductive, (scientific, solely analytical) perspective of us in the world also contributes to the belief that these “humans” we create are anything other than their material and mechanical process.
What am I?
What are you?
What do you know?
What are you feeling?
What is in front of you?
Is it a screen?
What is a screen?
A camera takes this two ways as does a microphone
The room you sit in is hot/is cold as you feel this.
Where does the cold you feel and the cold of the room end?
What is this boundary?
Reaction within place/space
Where do you stop?
Where do you start?
Can you exist outside of anything else?
A series of questions reflecting on reductionism
Will the “intelligence” we believe we can create be more aware of the us which we do not even know?
Is this related?
Where do I start and stop experientially?
Is the requirement towards the mechanical
The dragonfly wing is a football field. Larger
Perhaps every speck is a universe.
Our perception is scaled for us and gifts no true total omni perspective
This feels to me outside of our remit