I can't bring myself to believe that artificial intelligence will bring an end to creative labor. you can't reduce creative labor to the artifacts it produces, and that the value of those artifacts doesn't inhere purely in their form. sure, I think a lot of the value in art comes from, like, visceral spectacle, but some amount also comes from being able to identify and appreciate the choices made in their production—and people are really good at identifying and distinguishing these choices

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@aparrish but will artificial intelligence appreciate art?

Also sometimes wonder if there is an algorithm that can for a long time produce meaningfully different things that are meaningful to us.

Something like a minecraft/minetest map generator produces something meaningful, i.e. maps of different styles, it keeps producing different things, but eventually not _meaningfully_ different.. Don't even know how to define that though.

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