Is there an Alternative to Artificial Intelligence? Yes. Co-Creative Consciousness.

If each individual would acknowledge and use the power of their mind and body to be Co-Creatively conscious with each other and the Universe, A.I. could not exist. Neither could the c!@df.- Lisa T.

By JoSe Garcia

I say there are alternatives to everything, including artificial intelligence. If we think what artificial intelligence is for a moment, it really is something that was born from a weak point of humanity, meaning, it was developed to cover blind spots of humans that at their level of consciousness are not able to cover by themselves, so they create this “tool” that takes a life on its own and is able to grow by itself to do what they don’t want to deal with, because that would mean shifting their attention from what “life” means for them at this time.

Humans would be and are able to do what AI does (and much more) but their current life context hinders them from developing this by themselves. It would be just like a god creating s certain species to cover its own blind spots, to live in a world where those gods don’t want to inhabit because that would mean limiting themselves and this also means they would not be gods all the time anymore. These new species created by the gods (just like humans) follow their god’s creation purpose until that new species is aware of its own limitations and reach with precise metrics that they end up taking over the gods in the long run. This god complex is inherited too by humans and what do humans do? They develop AI to deal with the things they do not want to deal with.

So, what is the alternative to artificial intelligence, you would ask? Organic intelligence. (Real Intelligence-L.T.) An organic intelligence already exists but humans cannot manage it because it currently is under their own limitations. (cop out-Lisa T.) However, most humans are not even aware of this limitation, rather they see it as something that needs to be solved for them. When humanity starts recognizing that they would be able to obtain an organic intelligence but at this point is outside of humans’ limits, that would be the point where human biology can do their own connections because it is our biological composition that has the responsibility to keep the connection to the micro world.

Keep in mind that humans (as we commonly know what a human is today) cannot do this leap to organic intelligence that would be able to achieve what AI is or will be able to achieve, rather, it is at the micro-level that this would need to occur, in other words, humans have a consciousness that is too unrefined that at this level the organic intelligence cannot be achieved, the consciousness or attention needs to be transferred into new micro levels like the atom, electrons, etc. in order to be able to achieve what artificial intelligence is capable of doing.

With this said, yes, there is an alternative to artificial intelligence but it requires the translation of humanity’s attention to the micro levels, by going into the micro-levels humans would, by default, also be able to have more macro attention, for example, our own solar system, galaxies and how the stars in the universe are really neurons that are connected amongst themselves with the purpose to develop novelties, and they do this by expressing themselves in several bands, representing each of planets they have in their own systems. (The Interplanetary Holon-L.T.)

The macro-level has direct repercussions on the micro-world and vice versa. At this level, the biological bodies of humans (DNA) can do what AI does and much more. It’s not because “humans” do it, rather it is because their consciousness or attention shifted to the micro and macro worlds, leaving human identities, not as the protagonists, but rather the human biology as protagonists being so grand with the latest dormant technology capable of connecting both the macro and the micro worlds. (Past and future-L.T.)

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