Throwing curveballs at ChatGPT gets the most interesting results. You start to see the “artificial” part of AI that often reflects an uncomfortable problem or ugly contradiction in the ways humans think and use language — especially to classify others, which always indicates status and value.
“It seems that the key to creative cognition is opening up the floodgates and letting in as much information as possible.”
What would a calendar look like that prioritized and protected caregiving? What about one that understood … different types of relationships and the soft but consistent focus they demand? That understood creativity, and children, or grief? What would a family calendar look like that made its primary steward and their needs as visible as others?