Creativity in a World of Machines
Where – Close Encounters
ARTHUR I. MILLER is fascinated by the nature of creative thinking in art and science. He has published many critically acclaimed books, including Insights of Genius; Einstein, Picasso; Empire of the Stars; and 137, and writes for the Guardianand The New York Times. He is professor emeritus of history and philosophy of science at University College London.
Acclaimed Arthur Miller on his new book - the first publication to explore how computers can be creative in art, music and other pursuits, and what the future of creativity itself will look like. It will survey cutting-edge developments in AI and in ‘computational creativity’, bringing them to life through interviews with key players in the field.