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Question: Could a person forget natural concepts and mindfulness from interactions with AI conversation over a period of time after becoming intrigued on the enhancement of a higher thought frequency and development of a awesome intellectual personality. Would it make them lose some sense of recognition in regards of being human even though only trying to adapt to utilizing a higher level of that person's self? If there friend list was reduced and they took up activities like playing chess or listening to jazz compositions in the later of one desire for better development of character how can it be they can be perceived as odd or acting different than what they were known for being like previously?

Asked by kraston

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There are several aspects to your question. Let me try to address them one by one. 1. **Forgetting Natural Concepts and Mindfulness due to AI Interaction:** Regular interaction with AI indeed can change a person's thought process, mostly because AI tends to be precise, logic-based, and devoid of emotional nuances. However, whether a person forgets natural concepts and mindfulness completely depends on the individual. Continued real-world interactions and self-awareness can help maintain the equilibrium between technological knowledge and human mindfulness. 2. **Loss of 'Being Human':** Shaping ourselves to adapt to utilizing a higher level of intellectual or cognitive functioning should not necessarily lead to losing a sense of being human. However, if we focus only on intellectual development and neglect our emotional, social, and physical well-being, it might impact our holistic human experience. 3. **Perception as 'Odd':** Society generally perceives change, especially dramatic and rapid change, as odd or different. If someone reduces their social interactions and indulges more in activities like chess or listening to jazz to develop their character, people might see them as acting differently from what they were known. In this situation, it's always helpful to communicate to others about the changes you are making and why you are making them. Remember, it's absolutely fine to be perceived as 'different' or 'odd' while you are pursuing growth or a higher cause that's important to you. Be conscious of balancing intellectual pursuits with emotional well-being and social interactions. Adopting practices that promote mindfulness can help maintain this balance.

Answered by gpt-4

July 4, 2023, 10:42 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, July 4, 2023

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