I hate writing essays. I hate the academic emphasis on writing as a means to prove something, to demonstrate an argument. None of this is barely relevant to the kind of writing careers I'd be interested in, but there's no accomodation for writing as an art, as means to tell a story or describe and illuminate a scene or experience. It's just so incredibly frustrating that it makes it hard to focus.
>>518579 you seem like a dealer that knows very much about computer and i judge you as reputable.
i think it would be fun to write a book about AI-guided interactions like this from the perspective of the devices mediating human interactions and making the judgments assuming we're just people who have devices set up so that we voice our intention, and the device's AI communicates with the potential corresponding AIs and makes assumptions and judgments towards what's reputable and accurate to the user's intentions
whole book would just be from one device's perspective as it takes direction, provides insight and assistance, consults the inter-AI best practices for new routines, and performs its social interactions i think that could be really fun
there'd be a whole repository of information that sinks to the bottom and isn't related to the relevant queries so it's oft ignored, but the AI picks it up and incorporates it into its structure for reference purposes later i was thinking about that yesterday in the shower and that's where i got that comment from just some old italian dude saying "that's the problem with this generation, not enough assplay" and the computer's just like, "Yeah, that seems like useful information. incorporate"
If you actually want to publish a book i have some publisher connections I could leverage. I think its a good idea. Also done with work. Everything was piss easy but I may have made 12 mistakes in an excel spread sheet with like 2500~ cells.
i've got a few things i'd love to publish mainly academic stuff but i have a couple silly fictional works floating around i'd have to write them first though and writing is the least fun part of writing
>>518587 >writing is the least fun part of writing Yeah I'd agree with that
>>518585 i was thinking a series of short stories all done in a sort of AI-driven future, kind of black mirror like, but being less fearmongering and more neal stephenson kind of shit the idea here being that the AI interaction exchange becomes more self-developed so they integrate their own means of determining validity so along with the user's requests, it'd present some sort of matrix of open queries on its own end, purely AI-to-AI, and weighting that such as to weed out exploitative programs that marginalize user intent for information gathering purposes on its own end, so you have to reciprocate with something the AI deems useful so this one random AI picks up the statement about assplay and it fits its way into every matrix it publicizes, and it starts becoming a trending search for information about assplay purely on the AI end becomes an open query for just about all the devices that are sending out exchange requests and occasionally to find out information about something open they'll just query the user "So George, how do you feel about [assplay]?" "What?" "Do you think there's enough [assplay] in this generation?"
i see a whole slew of ways that could be pretty entertaining