can you imagine one day a robot writing poetry? would you listen to a robot serve-up a sermon from the pulpit?
Can you shed some light on your comment?“If you are convinced the idea (not so much the concept) and approach are unique enough lets put some hard thinking behind fueling the effort.”What is the difference, in your mind, of an idea vs. concept?
Peace and favor,John
perhaps an idea is the primordial inspiration. that eureka moment.
I then view concept as the next evolutionary step.
that brings into perspective the conceiving of an idea. leveraging a dictionary will probably result in the discovery that the words are likely synonyms for one another. however, I prefer my thinking.
I love cars. Someone has an idea for a new version. they create a mold for a concept that evolves into the prototype. maybe we see the vehicle on the road, whether it’s a good idea, or not.
we make of such things, as we will. God gave us discernment, and the will to use it. how we do so might define our creativity. what we were made to do.
the potential for word-play endless.
that said, one of my favorite example might end-up “being” the evolution of Artificial Intelligence” (“AI”). at what point will the mote in Gods eye transect with other creation? will AI (or androids, for example) develop independent or unique thought? can you imagine one day a robot writing poetry? would you listen to a robot serve-up a sermon from the pulpit?
the brilliance of our English language includes the wholesale and creative liberties it affords us all, collectively.
peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.
brian partick cork