It’s perhaps clarifying to interpret generative AI as nothing more than an automation technology. Its purpose is to eradicate the perception that certain kinds of jobs require certain kinds of skills that workers possess, which give them potential leverage over their bosses, whose authority lies specifically in their lack of skill and their possession of capital.
Delightfully fresh perspective and vivid metaphors. I will come back for more articles. But the abrupt end left me wondering what we should take away from this?
I don’t see any virtue in not exploring the capabilities of automation. After all I want to be free of traditional labour to engage in other endeavors.
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There's an extra "that" in this phrase: "and this idea that is implicit in every sci-fi depiction of rogue machines subordinating humanity".
In theory, typographical errors allow us a certain liberty, because the machines have considered them a mark of humanity. But those guys might be inserting their own errors into prose to assert their own humanity. Or perhaps they are hunting down people who care about typos, rather like during the French Revolution peasants without callouses on their hands were thought to be part of a class which ought to be removed. On the other hand....(etc.)
You're writing always goes over my head or causes me to reflect/think so much that I can't keep reading, both are good things. Thanks.