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Above is our newest skateboard deck.

I hope it speaks for itself. I strongly believe that we should pause and consider Artificial Intelligence and its impact on humans.

If you are reading this, most likely, you are human, and just so you know, A.I. will profoundly impact your life.

Why do you think artists in Hollywood took to the picket lines? They know that A.I. can replace them if they don’t make a stand now.

Watch this video with one of A.I.’s most prominent proponents, Yuval Harai:

You may not agree with the host of this video, but you can’t ignore what Yuval is saying. Now, he’s talking about the Bible here, but why would it stop with rewriting the Bible? How about the Quran? The Book of Mormon? The writings of Buddha? Charles Dickens? Mark Twain?


I’m no technophobe. I genuinely like new developments. But I believe we have come to a very different, dangerous line in the sand for human beings.

Spell checks, algorithms that help you know where sales are going, and other “automated” features in software are one thing—they can’t replace human intuition, creativity, and so on.

The pursuit of A.I. is to replace humans.

Stop and think about that.

This new board is my stance and take on A.I. This tech is first disrupting the art community—and I’m a part of that.

It will come to education, medicine, programming, and any other computer-centered job. Which is a lot of jobs.

So we either need to tell those working to make A.I. a replacement that we don’t want it, or we better learn how to farm, dig ditches, or other things A.I. can’t do.

We should learn how to do manual things that A.I. can’t do anyway. But we need to take a stand, in my humble opinion.

Time to Save the Humans.

See you next week,


Christopher F. Dalton

Christopher F. Dalton is a writer, author, illustrator, small business owner, but more than that he is a follower of Christ, a husband, a father of three stellar sons, and friend in need. He and his wife run Huck&Dorothy, an entertainment company.

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