WE ONLY KNOW WHAT WE DO NOT KNOW (part two)
Embracing Human Uniqueness: The innate diversity of human thought, emotion, and expression sets us apart, fostering a sense of identity and individuality that AI cannot replicate.
Trusting the Human Connection: Humans communicate, understand, and connect profoundly, guided by intuition, emotions, and cultural nuances, providing a unique layer of authenticity and trust in interactions.
Protecting Freedom of Expression: AI's intrusion into human communication threatens our freedom to express ourselves and understand others, making distinguishing between genuine human interaction and AI-generated content crucial.
In trying to market a Verified Human as a suitable alternative to the vagaries of presenting and dealing with AI, the easier solution to the problem of differential marketing is to highlight all the differences between the two exigent. The sanctity and uniqueness of each human brain in its output is considered on many levels of understanding to be sacrosanct and inviolate as a matter of respect, morals, genuine, and part of a person's homeostasis. This mix of thinking patterns includes intuition, curiosity, and emotional responses.
As mentioned previously above, I believe that each person leaves a "leitmotiv" or marker(s) in behavior writ generally, speech, demeanor, wording, phrasing, emotional overtones, and the like in communicating with others, whether deliberately, overhears or seen, be action, word, and deed or surreptitiously monitored. The person observing, hearing, or reading the communication is assumed to be human. Their receiving capacity is manipulated by previous experience, propaganda, prejudice, and belief systems about the world and its position.
When a person has routine access to other human beings, there is a learned habit, each within its own culture, to understand and be fluent in the understanding and give and take of ideas and situations. People are generally comfortable in their skins and take comfort that what they think, say, or do is within acceptable limits and socially acceptable. When people feel empowered by this comfort of maneuvering through their world, there is a release from care, and their freedom of expression and ability to choose is experienced as a contribution to getting through the day. AI is a threat to that freedom, a threat to the clarity of communication attempted, and a creation of misunderstanding and misapprehension of intent that threatens a desired outcome. The skill of ferrying out the "markers" that reveal whether there is human communication or AI is still in its infancy. There are many reasons AI can perform a valuable service in memorializing some information or in repeated performances of the same subject or actions. Still, when used to provide misinformation incorrectly attributed, propaganda, deceptive advertising, and the like, it threatens society when mistrust and personal security are hindered. Every person has a sense of agency, a stake in their ability to function at all levels within their scope, to protect their capacities in their best interests. When these vagaries are left to fester and consume the present, unaddressed, they will lead to anarchies.