Commentary: What writers can learn from mathematicians on collaborating with new technology like AI

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Chicago Tribune

September is usually filled with weary groanings and anxious energy as summer comes to its official end. But this year has found a new level of anguish, for in just a few months’ time, artificial intelligence tools have moved from novel party tricks to automated all-purpose machines. And unlike 20th century tech, these statistical computers are wielding a knife to careers requiring high levels of education, with impact far beyond schools and businesses. The current strike by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists is but one example, in which computational c…

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