In today’s episode, we go where no other writer has gone before: into the great unknown of artificial intelligence. We use tools that augment our lives every day, but as writers, we’ve relied on the same tools for centuries. What if we could automate or offload almost every part of the writing experience – maybe everything except writing itself? What if robots and algorithms took over the drudgery of creating, freeing up our minds for other things?
- What started us off on this idea: “The Data Driven Life” by Gary Wolf – The New York Times
- “Wired Up! Ready to Go!” by James Wolcott – Vanity Fair
- “The Beginner’s Guide to Quantified Self” – Technori.com
- “Stop Writing Dystopian Sci-Fi—It’s Making Us All Fear Technology”