BGM: キセル "ハナレバナレ"
TBH I did an antigen test because I felt something in my throat. The result told me that I was negative so my body is alright, but my mind didn't feel so easy. I might be too sensitive... I write my journal so loudly but this kind of thing tells me that I am so, so slack like a rabbit. Shameful... but then, if I lived usually with the feeling of something wrong in my throat? Could I do anything if I did a bad corona effect on the others? No way. So I should be shameful anyway, so I choose the way only I should be ashamed and end that. Oh my!
I found that the discussions about AI have been doing well. Of course, I have just a piece of limited knowledge as an amateur, but I guess that AI could make some 'interesting' things if AI 'swallowed' various things we had created in the past and learned enough to make original things. Maybe AI would produce even various million sellers. But Al could rarely make some 'knocking' things for the manias like me. I'm saying about the things that are made as a cluster of the creator's love and passion. I can remind of "Neon Genesis Evangelion" as one of that cluster(of course, I can remember this made even a social phenomenon). AI could make such a tough thing? Thinking about this, I want to bet on the possibility of human beings.
I read Nayuta Miki's "Do philosophy with our language". She quotes a lot of manga, movies, and novels. Then she analyses our conversations steadily and tells us what kind of mechanism works in those talks. She analyses not only the orthodox 'dialogues', but monologues (just 'self-conversations' and 'talk with the dead' like we do before the grave). As a clear fact, our conversations are made by words. And those words make some contexts, and those control our actions or emotions. Those sensitive working of the contexts are analyzed in this book (this might be too rude, but I want to say that this mechanism is 'political'). Therefore I think that I can learn from this book as a reader who always is a troublemaker in conversations.
I want to write about AI more. Probably AI has difficulty expressing something passionate. I might be able to say that is the thing human beings would express with their emotion. I guess one of them might be a dream we get in our sleeping time. AI can write the tales of dreams as Souseki wrote? Indeed, it has worth doing it as a trial. But I think that AI just writes its dream tale only as a 'collage', a cluster of random fragments. But that kind of 'collage' might be accepted as brand new art(a kind of Dadaism art... but I have too poor knowledge to explain and criticize this).