How AI Is Conniving With Your Brain To Kill Your Creativity

Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men, and weak men create hard times

Onyedikachukwu Czar
ILLUMINATION

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Big robotic arm has grapped a man in a business suit and gets ready to dispose of him and throw him in the trash. Concept of AI and robots taking over and making humans obsolete.
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When someone tries to force our hands or push us to go against our will, our natural reaction is to resist them. They become aggressors. We scratch and fight. We resist moving an inch with them; it’s against our will, so they should not have their way.

This was why, being a religion aimed at “killing the flesh,” Jesus of the Christian Bible admonished His followers to go two miles with anyone who forced them to go a mile with them.

But if the aggressor is playing a game of deception, they will focus on saving us the pain of needing to kill the flesh before we can go more miles with them. They will make the first mile something we will easily want to walk in; they will adorn the path with red carpet, petals, and soothing music. This way it wouldn’t look like our hands are being forced, rather it would seem like we’re taking the initiative and are getting what’s good for us. Eventually, we freely walk more miles with them, and get caught in their snare; we end up periled, and they have the last laugh.

This is similar to what AI is doing to us, especially the creative minds of our world. To get us to walk the first mile with…

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Onyedikachukwu Czar
ILLUMINATION

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