Rise of the Luddites

Nicholas C. Rossis

Luddites | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksLuddites breaking down the door of a textile factory in England defended by its owners and troops Between 1811-1816. Engraving with modern watercolor.

In my last post, I mentioned the possibility of AI replacing humans in writing. I am pleasantly surprised at the post’s reactions, as they generated some great comments. So, I thought I’d clarify today what my own feelings on the matter are, something I only did summarily in the last post.

As someone who has worked with computers all my life, I don’t see AI replacing humans in creative endeavors. They will be used as virtual assistants, and their use will be as intuitive and unobtrusive as Siri or Googling something is today.

So, I find fears of AI rising to become humanity’s overlords overblown, to say the least.

No Overlords. But Still…

However, while I don’t fear AI, I do worry about people. Specifically, I’m…

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