The Creativity Code, with Marcus du Sautoy

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The Creativity Code, with Marcus du Sautoy

On the 16th of September, the TU/e Center for Humans and Technology,  Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering and EAISI (Eindhoven AI Systems Institute) organized in cooperation with Studium Generale an hybrid event around the Creativity Code, the latest book of prof. dr. Marcus du Satoy.  The event exists of an online lecture and a panel discussion with prof. dr. Marcus du Satoy.

An introduction to the event on YouTube by Studium Generale:

‘Will a computer ever compose a symphony, write a prize-winning novel, or paint a masterpiece? And if so, would we be able to tell the difference?

Award-winning author and mathematician prof. Marcus du Sautoy explores the future of creativity and how machine learning will disrupt, enrich, and transform our understanding of what it means to be human.

Following his lecture, TU/e researchers dr. Kristina Andersen (Industrial Design) and dr. Jim Portegies (Mathematics and Computer Science) further illustrate how artists and scientists would like to harvest the creative power of AI’.

You can watch the Creativity code lecture + panel discussion with prof. dr. Marcus du Sautoy here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-J0cpSAsTY

The Creativity Code, with Marcus du Sautoy

The Creativity Code, with Marcus du Sautoy

On the 16th of September, the TU/e Center for Humans and Technology,  Eindhoven Young Academy of Engineering and EAISI (Eindhoven AI Systems Institute) organized in cooperation with Studium Generale an hybrid event around the Creativity Code, the latest book of prof. dr. Marcus du Satoy.  The event exists of an online lecture and a panel discussion with prof. dr. Marcus du Satoy.

An introduction to the event on YouTube by Studium Generale:

‘Will a computer ever compose a symphony, write a prize-winning novel, or paint a masterpiece? And if so, would we be able to tell the difference?

Award-winning author and mathematician prof. Marcus du Sautoy explores the future of creativity and how machine learning will disrupt, enrich, and transform our understanding of what it means to be human.

Following his lecture, TU/e researchers dr. Kristina Andersen (Industrial Design) and dr. Jim Portegies (Mathematics and Computer Science) further illustrate how artists and scientists would like to harvest the creative power of AI’.

You can watch the Creativity code lecture + panel discussion with prof. dr. Marcus du Sautoy here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-J0cpSAsTY