Talking to Lady Lovelace about creativity

“The Analytical Engine has no pretensions whatever to originate anything. It can do whatever we know how to order it to perform.” — Lady Lovelace [Faster than Thought, B. V. Bowden 1953, Note G, page 398]

Watercolour portrait of Ada King, Countess of Lovelace, circa 1840, possibly by Alfred Edward Chalon

Divide and conquer

Computers and our own creativity

Computers on the surface of creativity

Harold Cohen. 031135, 2003. Plotter print, pigment on paper, computer generated image, 50 x 85 cm.

“If what AARON is making is not art, what is it exactly, and in what ways, other than its origin, does it differ from the ‘real thing?’ If it is not thinking, what exactly is it doing?”

Computers for recognizing creativity

Computers with a creativity of its own

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