Teaching computers to be creative is completely missing the point of creativity

May 23, 2016

Over the weekend, a senior researcher at Google spoke about how he and his team are trying to build a computer that can be creative.

Douglas Eck, part of Google Brain, a deep-learning research project explained atMoogfest, a four-day music and technology festival in the US that he and his team are using TensorFlow, an open-source library for machine intelligence to investigate whether AI systems can be taught to create original pieces of music, art or even video.

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