Algorithms and Human Creativity: Threats or Opportunities?A Literature Review

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Sergio BarileClara BassanoPaolo PiciocchiPietro VitoJames Clinton Spohrer

Abstract: We explore the move from a mechanical vision of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to a systemic vision of Intelligence Augmentation (IA) (Barile et al., 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021; Navarrini, 2020; Chiriatti, 2019). AI assumes the role of empowered intelligence (IA) as it is capable of expressing a capacity for modeling integration of experiences, knowledge and emotions in conditions of strong uncertainty (Barile et al., 2021; Hagel, 2021). But in a world where the nature of machine learning is changing so rapidly, does technology empower or annihilate creativity? The aim of the paper is to draw attention to the impact that disruptive technology has on human creative processes. How might progress in AI affect Human Creativity (HC)? We propose a literature review to better understand both trends and gaps.Keywords: AI, Human Creativity, Viable Systems Approach (VSA).

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Creativity, Value co-creation

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1002563

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