All humans are story tellers whether we know it or not. If you are familiar with Yuval Noah Harari's Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind you know all too well the importance of stories in civilization, and beyond.
However, the world of content consumption has changed from purely verbal stories in recent years. From mobile to cinema, to online articles and virtual reality, the nature of story telling is slowly morphing as the syndication challenge grows as well. But, there is a great story and conflict that escapes no existing channel of consumption today. It's Humanity's story of dealing with Artificial Intelligence.
In this cast we chat with Igor Lilic the Co-Founder and CEO of Cellarius on using the narrative of AI to re-imagine story telling using Ethereum to crowd source content.
In particular we go into a fascinating discussion on some important considerations with regards to:
- The role of "good stories" in technological progress with respect to AI
- Why "retrofitting" blockchain tech sometimes doesn't work
- What Cellarius is doing to unlock stories we haven't heard yet.
More on Igor
🎥 Cellarius: https://cellarius.network/
🐧 @ILilic: https://twitter.com/ililic
🚀 Universe Guide: https://cellarius.network/#downloads
Food For Thought? 🍍
"What if the continual evolution of consciousness was meant in a spirit of creative capacity? Therein the initial creative step was produced through a mechanism called 'natural selection' which has now evolved into the domain of 'intelligent design'? Perhaps we can continue to use intelligent design to push the creative capacity forward."
...paraphrased from Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind
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