I don’t see it as replacing artists. It’s a tool for mediocre visual like myself. Back in 1993 I volunteered full time equipping computers (MS-DOS and Mac) with assistive technology for kids with cerebral palsy and other issues (ages 3-21). Did it for about a year. Those assistive devices allowed these kids whose brains were locked in malfunctioning bodies to express themselves better and they did. So maybe my thinking is tainted by my experiences. I see computers as assisting humans in areas they need assistance in.

I don’t see it as replacing artists.
It’s a tool for mediocre visual like myself.
Back in 1993 I volunteered full time equipping computers (MS-DOS and Mac) with assistive technology for kids with cerebral palsy and other issues (ages 3-21). Did it for about a year.
Those assistive devices allowed these kids whose brains were locked in malfunctioning bodies to express themselves better and they did.
So maybe my thinking is tainted by my experiences.
I see computers as assisting humans in areas they need assistance in.
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