Yeah, that’s very interesting. And that too could be a cultural thing. I went to an art school in Japan before coming to Harvard, and I used to be fascinated how people created from a much more intuitive place, whereas I, as a European, was used to beginning with some kind of concept or argument, something that you could rationalize. I think I learned the most during that time from translating between German and Japanese, and to deal with the different levels of precision and ambiguity that the two languages allow for. I also believe that’s how I got interested in the cultural dimensions of AI.