Categorie: Creativity

HI versus AI, and the winner is?

Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay

That literally depends on the question.

Asking the question determines the outcome of what AI is going to create or the kind of answer it will give and it’s where Human Intelligence is best.

Asking the question, or in a more precise, defining the problem is a thing (only) humans can do. A good definition of the problem, makes the difference between fighting the symptoms or solving the core.

It’s like a great agency- or creative brief, hence my intrest.

Einstein said it: Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge gets you from A to B, imagination will get you anywhere, or Picasso: Anything you can imagine is real.

Imagination, feeling, understanding, serendipity, original creativity, it’s where only humans excel and that’s great. It’s the continuation of ‘our’ evolution, creating a new space of being.

From Homo Sapiens to Homo Sentient, from “wise” or “intelligent” to “perceive” or “feeling”, again a great space to be.

Also a space where we can and have to embrace AI and start seeing the beautiful power. The positive potential is overwhelming. But like anything that’s new, we need to adapt, understand, learn, integrate, manage and yes it’s scary. But once we’re there a new world (and universe) will emerge.

I got this beautiful overview of shifts. That makes me feel very, very human:

From 3D to 5D

From teacher to inspirator
From study to growth
From healer to facilitator
From guru to guide
From boss to inspirator
From doubt to trust
From self doubt or hate to self love
From restriction to expansion
From relationship to sacred union
From mind to heart
From heart to expanded heart
From ego to soul
From conditioning to evolving
From slavery to abundance
From working to creating
From dis-ease to health
From aging to ageless
From hypnosis to expansion
From carbon to crystalline
From restricted DNA to activated DNA
From God outside to God within
From knowing to consciousness

Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay


Giving the idea is not giving the solution,
nor does it define the problem
the idea should work for.

Giving the idea
is giving a broader space
to de-problemise the problem,
defining it more positively
and make it more
easy to
find the