This paper argues that machine translation and a symbiotic ecosystem of authorship are central to the poetic works of Aaron Tucker and reveal larger ethical paths for machine-human relationships. In particular, the elements of chance alongside the intersemiotic translative acts that are the nature of human-computer relationships give space to a potential futurity that challenges a human-centric understanding of “reading” and “writing” and generates a type of literature that encourages a reader to better understand their own interactions within their daily digital environments.
"Machine Co-authorship(s) via Translative Creative Writing,"
Journal of Creative Writing Studies: Vol. 4
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.rit.edu/jcws/vol4/iss1/7
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