I watched a TED Talk a couple weeks ago with daring but awe-inspiring implications. Long story short, the talk, given by Screen Engineer (did not know that was a thing) Mary Lou Jepsen, described advancements in technology and neuroscience that can allow digital devices to read images from our brains. It means exactly what you think it means.
I think people like to believe in dualities. Democrats and Republicans, good and evil, men and women, art and science. Before, I too was a fervent believer in the yin-yang of everything–it made it easy to classify a person, object, or event. In fact, I used to enjoy the separation of logic and the humanities. Stemming from this was perhaps my most passionate belief: coding is not art.