From a message sent around where I work:

The three-time Hugo award SF writer Vernor Vinge just gave an intriguing talk at AAAI-2010. He believes that by 2030 human history likely will reach a singularity in which four computing technologies […] will create intelligent agencies that will surpass humans in every conceivable creative task. What fun!

Regardless of whether such a technological singularity may come to pass, my gut disagrees with the gushing interpretation.

It's conceivable
creative tasks go cross-eyed
when the spring leaf falls.

Jason, thank you for connecting humanity with nature and creation. Sure hope that guy is as goofy as he sounds! Amy
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