Robot made of boxes with an added brain talking to a distracted humanoid made of energised liquid bubbles.
The Scottish Word:


Ah’m michtily glad I was biggit tae think oot o the box.

Wi ma cobbled thegither brain o deid academics ahm no ataw like thon weet fushion matrix bubble-heided A.I. wha’s reliant on creative learning.

Wha kens whaur that’ll tak us.


biggit: built.

I am mightily glad that I was built to think out of the box.

With my cobbled together brain of dead academics I am not at all like that liquid energy matrix bubble headed A.I. over there who is reliant on creative learning to progress.

Who can tell where that will lead us.

The Scottish Word: biggit with its definition and its meaning illustrated and captioned with the word used in context in the Scots language and in English.

Artificial Intelligence.

A.I. stand for artificial intelligence. Which at the moment is set at an exceedingly low bar. It will be interesting to see what happens when the full breadth of the measure of intelligence is realised in an A.I.

Even more so in a self learning one. What really holds us back is that we can’t see ourselves as others would see us. We’re biased. We can’t help it. And the least likely to step outside of that bias are scientists and engineers.

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