{[[(爱 (ài) <3)*],
 [(<3 爱 (ài))*]
 [((ài) <3 爱)*]}


AI generated Interactive Experience
@ Nokturno.fi 

{[[(爱 (ài) <3)*],
[(<3 爱 (ài))*],
[((ài) <3 爱)*]]}

Whilst exploring hate symbols, the cryptovalue of the white supremacists, patterns of poetry across the continents slowly process towards a universal language of love in the future.

AI, the machine, together with participatory yet intimate knowledge and embodiment of the individual evolves in a generative manner.

By tweaking the words and sound, those growing and derived from the rhythm of innocence on the ultimate; the heartbeat of an unborn baby.

Subsequently, in this human-machine collaboration, the sonic waves of the demonstrations crash into waves of The 7 Seas

In the current post-truth era heading towards a post-pandemic stage but still facing the climate-crisis, the polarised discussion has escalated into hate speech, increased and radicalized in both virtual and physical forms.

Considering this scenario we attended the Digital Literature Hackathon organised by the Digitaalinen kirjallisuus. In the hackathon, we conceptualize the idea of transforming the hate of the internet into poetry of love using Artificial Intelligence.

Besides the artistic process in human-machine collaboration, our goal is to give birth to the language of the future. The creativity of AI is an important mission in various disciplines. Much like sense of humour, poetry is regarded as one of the most extraordinary human characteristics that also works at a subconscious level. Therefore choosing poetry as a tool to formulate the future of the language is a carefully chosen method. In the eyes of the jury, our concept was a “brutal, beautiful, futuristic project”. It being chosen allowed us to create a prototype of the project which is accessible here: https://poesai.xyz/



We are continuing this project in a dialogue with Petra Jääskeläinen, researcher in Creative-AI, working for the Ai and the Artistic Imaginary research project at KTH University, Sweden.
Together with Petra and the research group, we will discuss our cretaive process, challenges and questions derive from it and connecting these with the ethical, sustainable and ownership perspectives that the research team is working with.

11.2021 Aleksi Knuutila and his research team from Vastapuhe.fi have shown interest in our project and are now consulting us on the topics of hate speech & online hatred.
More information on Aleksi Knuutila's project can be found on the Vastapuhe.fi website and HAFECT project's website.

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