Video: Can AI be Creative?

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Another week, another video. For a long time, the main understanding was that artificial intelligence would take over repetitive tasks, and human work would become more creative, more abstract and more communicative. But the example’s I am showing in this video challenge this idea (even the thumbnail is made with AI..!) Today’s exploration is all about the question: Can AI be creative? 

Let me know if you have other inspiring examples of creative AI. If you liked this content, consider subscribing and hit the like button. And I’ll see you in the next video!  

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Thumbnail made with Deep Art Effect 
More Creative AI cases and in-depth analysis
AI Music – OpenAI Jukebox
Paintings
Poems
https://arr.am/2020/07/14/elon-musk-by-dr-seuss-gpt-3/
AI Art: Refik Anadol @Wired  
Training GAN: Terro Karras FI
AI painting Edmond du Bellamy  
Mentioned Books: Margaret Boden and Ernest A. Edmonds – From Fingers to Digits 
Marcus du Sautoy – The Creativity Code 

Thijs Pepping

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Thijs Pepping is a humanistic trend analyst in the field of new technologies. He is part of the think tank within SogetiLabs and in his work he continuously wonders and analyses what the impact of New Technologies is on our lives, organizations and society. He specialized in Humanistic Counselling and Education at the University of Humanistics in Utrecht and worked for five years with autistic children. His background in psychology and philosophy drives him to find meaningful answers to business related questions and to provoke whenever necessary. He is co-author of multiple publications on the impact of new technologies, such as ‘The FrankensteinFactor’, ‘AI First – Learning from the machine’, and ‘The Pursuit of Digital Happiness’ series. See labs.sogeti.com/research for his previous and current work. VINT provides practical insight into the likely impact and innovative applications of new technologies for organizations worldwide. This valuable intelligence helps public and private sector enterprises to anticipate and plan for the complex dynamics of the future. The use of new technological developments is aimed at generating value that anticipates future developments.

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