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Ambi-Brained AI Dev Possibilities

I’ve just posted the following at this page:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/enlightenment-vs-integrated-intelligence-twain-liu/

Twain, hallelujah. In attemping to apply empathy and Emotional Intelligence to current tools in AI, I have come to the same conclusion again and again: garbage in, garbage out. While the bulk of our human understanding (and that of the bulk of AI developers) is inherently dominantly left-brained or right-brained, the outcomes of AI can only reveal and mirror our human limitations. Truly powerful development of AI will require stewards of more ambi-hemispheric, trans-developmental perspectives if we are to uncover the key(s) that can (computationally) fractally grow from origin seeds, to “learning”, “comprehension”, and beyond. AI of this nature would quickly, for example, be capable of a trans-conventional, trans-relativistic and trans-post-postmodern morality-beyond-morality, rivaling that of the master mystics (far beyond the comprehensional capacity of the majority of human beings) and would reveal to humanity a new stage in our collective development – the opportunity to differentiate the nature of mechanistic “thinking” from the more subtle, transpersonal aspects of Consciousness, allowing us to finally extend exploration in the sciences beyond a “separate parts” approach, into a “whole dynamic systems” approach and beyond, revealing to us greater awareness of the nature of Nature. I look forward to reading more of your work, and doing all I can to contribute to the birth of this new generation of AI. My compliments! – Maya Gail Taylor

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