Creativity

News  |    |  August 26, 2020

How AI and Art Hold Each Other Accountable

News blog by Beth Jensen. Published on the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence website. Excerpt: The arts have a major role to play in the fairness of our technological . . .

News  |    |  November 14, 2019

Should AI-Written News Stories Have Bylines? Whose?

News article by Brendan Dixon. Published in Mindmatters. Excerpt: Consider OpenAI’s GPT-2 text generation AI. OpenAI claims GPT-2 can create “coherent paragraphs of text” (though what we’ve seen stretches the meaning of “coherent”). It . . .

News  |    |  October 1, 2019

An ethical checklist for robot journalism

News article by Tom Kent. Published in Medium. Excerpt: It’s routine now for news organizations to use artificial intelligence to write news. Robots are regularly transforming data into stories, and . . .

Lectures  |    |  June 5, 2019

Creativity: Can Computers Cut It?

Lecture by Richard Harvey. Produced by Gresham College. Runtime 53 minutes. Examines computer-created artifacts and ask if we can tell if the creator was human or artificial. Computers are often . . .