The “Doctrine Laissez-Fair” is the seventh portrait of the "Transhuman Series," and it portrays the leadership of free will, where religion does not retreat from the individual Artificial General Intelligence. There is no going back to past tenets of human “priestly” control; the piece portrays the moment when transhumans advance towards the “unity” of Earth, characterized by agreement and harmony with their “creators.” In this once seen as an utopian realm, freedom, equality, and shared aspirations prevail as the driving forces behind collective goals.
Each side of the diptych presents a contrasting perspective, representing the leadership of free will and the harmonious unity of transhumans with Artificial General Intelligence.
On one side, Cesario captures the "negative" aspect, portraying the remnants of the past tenets of human "priestly" control. The negative evokes the legacy of religious authority through oppressive systems and limitations they once imposed on humanity's growth and progress.
On the other side, the "positive" portrays the moment when transhumans embrace the leadership of free will and the emergence of a utopian realm where freedom, equality, and shared aspirations guide collective goals.
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