Tag: creativity

Are Autistic People Socially Awkward or Creative?

Over at Behavioral Scientist, they’re challenging audiences to rethink autism’s social awkwardness as, instead, what they’re terming “social creativity”: Instead of viewing people with ASD as “socially awkward” individuals who need to be “fixed,” we should instead conceptualize them as socially creative. They may not do things the “right” way, but they do them their…

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Technological Singularity

Yesterday, I talked about my first (and ongoing) riddle, the search for reality. The day before, I approached the word “artificial” by taking a look at its root word, “art.” Now I want to explore my special interest in the technological singularity for a third and final time, (at least for this April post-a-day challenge,)…

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The Search for Truth

Last time, I introduced one of my deeper special interests, artificial intelligence, by looking at it from the angle of vocabulary and the prefix, art. Now I’d like to approach the technological singularity in a different way: by questioning the nature of reality. I swear these special interests tie together in a few posts. We’re going…

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