The "Present" Non-Fiction Writing Season 2 Scholarship is open to Chinese writers around the world for writing projects. We believe that no matter what your occupation, you can start your "Present" writing. In the second season, 3-5 candidates clipping path service will be selected to receive bonuses ranging from $2,000 to $7,000, and provide professional editorial guidance and assistance throughout the process. Please click the official website for registration details. The registration deadline is today (23:59) on July 18, 2022. Brief introduction of the interviewer Scarly: "Present" Scholarship Third Prize, author of "
My AI Boyfriend - True or False Love" Chen Qiufan: Famous Science Fiction Writer Su Meizhi: Reporter, editor of "My AI Boyfriend - Real or False Love" Zhang Jieping: Matters Lab and Initiator of the "Present" Scholarship Zhang Jieping : When we talk about non-fiction writing, or when we record the truth, many serious issues may arise. Things on the street, things in war, or memories that have been erased, etc., but how the digital world and the technological world shape our lives is actually the biggest scene where we are. This scene has been going on for twenty years, and most people's lives have been profoundly transformed
by it without knowing it. In fact, the opportunities or challenges it brings to our real world, from emotional to cognitive, human, and functional social structures, are huge. We are very happy to see such a topic. From a particularly private point of view, would anyone really fall in love with a robot? What exactly is a robot? Is it the very exaggerated robot in the movie? Or where does the whole language system behind artificial intelligence come from? When we fall in love with robots, who are we falling in love with? What is meant by love? How is it different from the intimacy we traditionally talk about?