In the 90s, I visited my grandparents and showed them the Internet for the first time on my laptop. My grandmother liked the idea of putting in her European home country and seeing images pop up, but after awhile, my grandfather simply said, "This is more than my imagination can take."
I'm feeling the same way with AI right about now.
"What AI can't do is be 'resolved to die,'" Hara stated to Goethe. "Suffer, suffer, suffer, and think it through. And then when you think 'I really might die,' there is 'this is what I wanted.' That's when the 'soul enters.' Those pictures with soul that make all the readers happy... To do that, to stake your life, abandon your desires, kill yourself. See it through no matter how painful. That's all I have."