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A fully multimodal and invisible internet that is capable of manifesting elements in our dimensional space.
Mixed reality, essentially.
But one without a headset, maybe not even glasses down the road. A brilliantly individualized technological protopia, with personalized GenAI instances each dutifully tagging along as our super powered partner.
Oh, I'm always noodling...
These are all living documents, and I re-read them often too. So, I tweak and punctuate every so often.
I do. But all of the views expressed on this website are mine and mine alone. I don't speak for a company. My services are not sponsored or endorsed by my employer.
The Age of Invisible Machines -by- Robb Wilson
You Look Like a Thing and I Love You -by- Janelle Shane
The Coming Wave -by- Mustafa Suleyman
Dawn of the New Everything -by- Jaron Lanier
Amusing Ourselves to Death -by- Neil Postman
Honestly? It's fucking weird. There's no other way to describe it. GenAI's encroachment on the creative process has not been comfortable.
I see the ire and desire to be compensated for our creativity being used as training data. I believe in the data dignity model proposed by Jaron Lanier. If our creative contributions are cited when generating an output, we deserve payment.
We should be incentivized to contribute in a way that directly benefits others. We can create this compensation system!
Charles Wilke's approach places emphasis on storytelling, meaningful experiences, and the human element in business, aligning with the ethos of creating impactful narratives through technology.
I use ChatGPT Plus running GPT-4 for the text portions, and I use DALL-E 3 and Leonardo.ai for the image generation. Leonardo.ai incorporates many models and additional functions that further differentiate workflow and it’s built on Stable Diffusion.
At the end of each piece, I include the conversation with ChatGPT.
I also highlight AI generated passages with bold and italic that remain intact after my edit.
You’ll notice my process evolves between outings, but most of the time I start by ranting into ChatGPT on a topic that’s hung around my mind for a spell.
It's never really the same thing twice.
I've recently built out a private Custom GPT to assist with my draft creation. It's getting very good at taking partial ideas and fleshing them out. Needless to say, it's going to get harder and harder defining what exactly was GenAI's contribution versus my own.
Nothing appears here that I haven't specifically intended to be seen. This includes all opinions and choice in subject matter. I also highlight AI generated passages with bold and italic that remain intact after my edit.
I am editor in chief with all things that appear on this site. I just happen to pay ChatGPT 20 bucks a month to be my writing partner.
My relationship with this technology evolves along with the tech itself. My process is fluid and ever changing. Some aspects become easier with time. Now I can just have ChatGPT scan this site to understand the voice and tone of my writing style.
In some ways, I feel our own creativity and this technology will meet in the middle. Throughout human history, we've always explored ideas. We've done this in large ensembles and also by ourselves. I see no difference here.
This isn't magic, this is expression. Take it as it is, and pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!