We are increasingly offloading a lot of our mental and subjective tasks to machines. Over the last few years, with advances in machine learning, especially in deep learning, machines are becoming increasingly capable of modeling and being more intimately involved in our everyday tasks. Though a lot of the tasks we do today are related with manipulating virtual data, our bodies still belong in a physical space and make up a large part of our activities. Artificial intelligence (AI) interactions are generally limited to on-screen or audio format, and therefore lack support in our physical tasks where our bodies play a major role. Also, being behind the screen and virtual in nature, we often do not acknowledge the extent to which AI plays a role in a lot of our subjective tasks. We present (author)rise, a physical human-machine intelligence based handwriting system, where machines generate handwritten text in continuation to human handwriting and move the human hand on the paper to write it out, thereby tightly coupling human and machine intelligence in the same physical input-output space.