Recently before school began, I attended a short program held by the Ohio State University about cognitive science and humanities, hosted and created by professors Fredrick Luis Aldama and Andrew Leber.
Recently before school began, I attended a short program held by the Ohio State University about cognitive science and humanities, hosted and created by professors Fredrick Luis Aldama and Andrew Leber. The program was insightful in many ways, because I learned about many different fields, ranging from gender studies to storytelling, and how they all relate to cognitive science.
The biggest revelation I had during this program was how narrow-minded my approach was too artificial intelligence. I always just associated it with computer science and mathematics and judged it as a subject or field of study. While these are not incorrect ways to interpret AI, it certainly limits the potential of it. Artificial intelligence can and should be viewed as a tool, especially since nowadays it is so accessible and easy to use.
This revelation came to me after a lecture from Dr. Katherine Elkins and Jon Chu from Kenyan university. They teach a very unorthodox approach to writing. Jon Chu is primarily an artificial intelligence researcher, whereas Dr. Katherine Elkins’s main field of study is in writing. In their course, they teach the basics of writing and becoming an author and use AI to create and examine stories. In this case, AI isn’t a field of study but is akin to a hammer in a toolbox being used to build a house (the house being a story in this analogy).
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