In this article Ms. Boden studies the possible approaches to modelling and emulating creativity using computers. The article is interesting, as it shows us that creativity is just a process. It is very complex but it is not magic.
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“Creativity isn’t magical. It’s an aspect of normal human intelligence, not a special faculty granted to a tiny elite. There are three forms: combinational, exploratory, and transformational. All three can be modeled by AI—in some cases, with impressive results. AI techniques underlie various types of computer art. Whether computers could “really” be creative isn’t a scientific question but a philosophical one, to which there’s no clear answer. But we do have the beginnings of a scientific understanding of creativity.”