My current WIP is a Third person narrative and follows a lone child as he navigates the world. This character is going to act as my primary MC and then i will have additional supporting MC's that with take focus at various parts of the story (pretty standard story telling). Recently however i have been toying with the idea of adding in additional First Person chapters at regular intervals throughout the piece. The context is, that in this world AI has been developed, and enhanced. Rather than using it to create iRobots or Terminators humans have instead used our mapping of the human brain to incorporate these AI into our own minds. Without going into the implication of this (since its a huge plot point of the book) my MC has one of the more advanced AI installed in him. Now my MC and AI have a symbiotic relationship by design, and like animals they do a form of imprinting on eachother. That said they are still two different entities with varied opinions. As a way to look into the world from another perspective, i want to tap in and have chapters at regular intervals that are in the First person voice of the AI. I specifically want them in first person because i want to be able to tap into the AI's thoughts on humanity, his unconditional paternal love for the boy, and his confusion at the basic concept of "fear, hate, and mistrust" that is the underlying driving force of most of the books issues (like real life). My WIP takes place over the course of 10 days, and my thought is that each of these 1st person chapters will come at the end of the day or the start of the next (they will Not be a recap). My question is, under these circumstances does this sound like it would make sense from a flow perspective, or do you think having both First and Third perspectives with throw people off. I know this question is a bit long winded for what equates to a 1 sentence question, but i felt that some context may help with what im wrestling over. Anyway, thanks for the input.