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My Professional Policy Regarding A.I

Updated: Feb 9


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(For more on the dangers of A.I, click here)


In my case, AI is nothing more than a new competition. That's true even in the philosophy niche. So, in order to prepare for it, I must prove my and my writers' relevancy not only as content creators, but as humans.


I won't cooperate anymore with AI regarding content creation (AKA in writing). I can lose some of my credibility as a result. Thus, collaborating with it is unnecessary, and even counter-intuitive.

I only cooperated with it very few times, when I wrote stories with it. Two of them are on the site:



That's especially true when it can make the readership prioritize it, over me. It be unwise for me to give an advantage to a competitor.


And without writing, I have little reason to endure life.


Because writing is the only thing that makes me smile inside.


If I were an artist, I might've a similar policy. But I'm no artist.


Philosocom is for human writers. They may like AI if they wish, but it does not contradict that they themselves are human. So I don't mind their opinions on the matter.


After all, I entertain all kinds of thoughts, regardless of my own standpoint, as I constantly note in my writers' articles.


We do not have to be like-minded in order to cooperate. We only need to produce good philosophical content for the readership.



Thanks for reading.

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Tomasio A. Rubinshtein, Philosocom's Founder & Writer

I am a philosopher from Israel, author of several books in 2 languages, and Quora's Top Writer of the year 2018. I'm also a semi-hermit who has decided to dedicate his life to writing and sharing my articles across the globe. Several podcasts on me, as well as a radio interview, have been made since my career as a writer. More information about me can be found here.

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