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Corneli, Joseph; Jordanous, Anna; Shepperd, Rosie; Llano, Maria Teresa; Misztal, Joanna; Colton, Simon; Guckelsberger, Christian (2015)
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: Q335, QA75, QA76, PN
Creativity cannot exist in a vacuum; it develops through
feedback, learning, reflection and social interaction
with others. However, this perspective has been relatively
under-investigated in computational creativity research,
which typically examines systems that operate
individually. We develop a thought experiment showing
how structured dialogues can help develop the creative
aspects of computer poetry. Centrally in this approach,
we ask questions of a poem, inviting it to tell us in what
way it may be considered a “creative making.”
  • The results below are discovered through our pilot algorithms. Let us know how we are doing!

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