Mindset as a blogger in the era of artificial intelligence
First of all, before talking about the artificial intelligence era and the prospects for the blog market, I would like to tell you what a blog is to me. This confession is because I want to explain that I have more important values before discussing whether me, my job, and what I do can survive in the future era or whether it is a hot job. It is also what I want to say to those who say that the future will be a world dominated by machines, so don't make any human effort.
First of all, my blog is my best friend who knows me well. We truly live and work in a commercialized society. That's why we liken ourselves to slaves who work for a living. It may seem like we are doing something independent, but as it turns out, most of us are workers on some platform. We must constantly work and deliver results for our organizations, our institutions, schools and affiliations. It's a mission, and sometimes it's worth it. But then I suddenly think about where I can tell my story. I think this is the blog.
For example, while I draw and work as an artist, the class is challenged, there are times when I get lost, I go through trial and error, I succeed, I communicate, I am moved, and I realize. When it comes to art, this often happens every day. I am posting these on my blog. If artificial intelligence is truly personalized and individualized like a human being and can post thoughts, opinions, and concerns about art creatively with personal sensibility like me, then I too will know that the time has come to quit blogging. But I'm sure this day won't come easily.
This is because no matter how advanced artificial intelligence is, I doubt whether it will be able to constantly think about art and pour out new stories like humans every day. They may pack it more professionally than I do and tell you about the great results. However, humans smell like a human just by showing a messy look. And because of that humanity, people who share come together and become one.
I believe that one day people will get fed up with machines that are always right and perfect. By that time, people will prefer things like rawness, sincerity, true love, warmth, and rightness. Currently, I think that you can follow, follow, and blindly trust artificial intelligence out of curiosity or surprise. But this won't last forever. Because humans are beings with souls.
Myungja Anna Koh