Share this postArtificially Intelligent Artaudacity.substack.comCopy linkTwitterFacebookEmailArtificially Intelligent ArtAnd what humanity does or does not bring to the art that moves usAubrey HirschWrites Aubrey’s Newsletter · SubscribeJan 261316Share this postArtificially Intelligent Artaudacity.substack.comCopy linkTwitterFacebookEmailThe Audacity. is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Subscribe6Share this postArtificially Intelligent Artaudacity.substack.comCopy linkTwitterFacebookEmailA guest post byAubrey HirschAubrey Hirsch is a writer and illustrator living in New York. Her stories, essays and comics have appeared in The New York Times, Vox, TIME, The Nib, Black Warrior Review, American Short Fiction and elsewhere.Subscribe to Aubrey
Beautiful 💕 thank you for creating this. I have a related piece on writing here: https://amyletter.substack.com/p/the-ethos-of-ai-is-a-void
I’m teaching a class right now, AI in Fiction, we just completed our first week: never have I experienced such intensity of thought and feeling in the first week of a class.
My students certainly don’t all have the same points of view on AI and the role it’s assuming among us, but they speak with the urgency of people who recognize how high the stakes are.
I hope we all do.
Powerful. I’m a naive optimist who has to believe humans will make art for all time because we’re driven to, and somehow, somehow, one day that will matter more than capitalism.