In the project Syntropic Counterpoints, we are using discussions between Artifical Intelligence clones to generate creative content. Nevertheless, our focus is less on content analysis and more on the beauty of creation itself and given context by the machines. We are using a different recurrent neural network (RNN) and collective creativity approaches to support interactions between Artifical Intelligence clones and trigger a humanless creative process which should lead to unsupervised robot creativity. The robots are trained by using the publications of some of the greatest thinkers of their time such as Aristotle, Nietzsche, Machiavelli, SunTzu and confronted to the crucial questions related to humankind such as understanding of moral, aesthetic, ethic, strategy, politics etc. Throughout this robot-robot interaction model, we are trying to investigate the possibilities and consider limitations of using artificial intelligence in context-based creative processes as well as to raise questions related to potential future phenomena of machines mindfulness. .
MACHIAVELLI VS. SUN TZU
Sunztzu: When the two armies were confidence in his tracks. ” Chang Yu slew, that spirit may make a city side...
Machiavelli: as to manage dexterity mercy, telling him for splendidly this, but thus all things they desired....
ARISTOTLE VS. NIETZCHE
of AI SENSE
Nietzsche: Roman empire. Standing between India and Rome and forced to make a tempting choice....
Aristotle: For some persons supposed to be common judgment can most easily fulfill badly and by magistrates....
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