Terrorists are immensely creative.
Yet we mainly fight their very inhuman creativity with tech, machines, and boxes of AI. We deliberately shy away from fighting fire with fire.
Here’s a question:
Imagine we chose to predict a new kind of terrorism: a neo-terrorism. A terrorism we couldn’t predict on the basis of our prior experience or knowledge.
Who would be best-placed to reverse-engineer the creative criminality of another 9/11 – before it happened?
A room full of machines and AI boxes of the latest generation?
Or a room full of the most talented Hollywood screenwriters?Mil Williams