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    The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ Before I start in on the criticism there will be criticism let me say at once that if you're a geek like me you'll find this damn book unputdownable It is stuffed full of excellent anecdotes about AI computer science mathematics and allied subjects and if you're the sort of person who wants to know how software

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    The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ You might expect a book about the potential of AI to be a little dry maybe a little too niche for a general reader instead it's a fascinating multidisciplinary journey into the notion and expression of creativity across time and through varie

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    The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ At first glance this might just be another 'What AI is good at and not so good at' title And in a way it is But wow what a brilliant book Marcus du Sautoy takes us on a tour of what artificial intelligence has achieved an

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    Marcus du Sautoy · 2 Characters Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free · Marcus du Sautoy Characters The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think The book claims to explore how Artificial Intelligence AI will or will not replace human creativity in poetry music and mathematics It begins with AlphaGo an AI program that taught itself to play Go and become the strongest player i

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    The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ I couldn't put this down Fascinating even if at least so far most of these machines are only imitating creativity Loved chapter 11 on music in particular but every chapter was wonderful

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    The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ A must read by anyone who is interested in the progress being made by intelligently programmed algorithms that have the slightest chance of competing with good old fashioned human intelligence I was really worried when I picked up this book that it will delve into the philosophical aspects of creativity and that

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    The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ What an amazing way to start my reading journey in 2021 Sautoy an outstanding matemathician in areas concerning

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    Characters The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free · Marcus du Sautoy Marcus du Sautoy · 2 Characters Very interesting read The author picks up many intriguing examples of algorithms that can beat human Go masters create new Rembrandt paintings compose music write poetry and much all the while explaining how it works without going too far into the technical details and explaining in a fashion easy to follow for someone who is not acuainted wi

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    Characters The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ Marcus du Sautoy · 2 Characters A great book when it comes to outlining the status uo and advances of AI in creative areas such as playing Go composing music writing novels or proving mathematical theorems The author is leading us on a journey through the extensi

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    The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think E–pub READ Marcus du Sautoy · 2 Characters Free read ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free · Marcus du Sautoy This one is definitely going to become one of my top 5 books read in the past 10 years

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Free download ✓ The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think 102 Es tooIt is hard to imagine a better guide to the bewildering world of artificial intelligence than Marcus du Sautoy a celebrated Oxford mathematician whose work on symmetry in the ninth dimension has taken him to the vertiginous edge of mathematical understanding In The Creativity Code he considers what machine learning means for the future of creativity The Pollockizer can produce drip paintings in the style of Jackson Pollock Botnik spins off fanciful if improbable scenes inspired by J K Rowling and the music composing algorithm Emmy managed to fool a panel of Bach experts But do the. A must read by anyone who is interested in the progress being made by intelligently programmed algorithms that have the slightest chance of competing with good old fashioned human intelligence I was really worried when I picked up this book that it will delve into the philosophical aspects of creativity and that it might have a self help tone to it It did not This is a well researched analytical and most importantly comprehensive narrative about what is currently being done in the machine learning field to produce projects that could be perceived as creative Du Sautoy begins by explaining how for centuries we ve romanticised the concept of creativity as a godly or external pulse of inspiration and goes on to explore the creative process by simply categorising creative outputs into three basic modes of creativity exploratory collaborative and transformative and than splendidly moves on to provide examples from the fields of art music mathematics and literature He cleverly arrives at the conclusion that the process behind each product of human intelligence has an explicit but mostly hidden algorithm running and controlling it I will admit that he sent me to shivers when he spoke about Bob in the Serpentine Gallery deciding to project light beyond its operational hour constrains the group of robots in the Sony laboratory in Paris that created their own language and communicated with one another and the story an algorithm titled The Seeker which wrote about the algorithm s own struggles to communicate with humans but he goes on to explain why and how exactly these moments that appear as algorithmic ingenuities occurred One of things I most enjoyed about this book and that confirmed how well written it is was that he did not leave any loose ends to any of his statements With the large breadth he explores integrating concepts from how we evolved as creative beings why Plato is so dismissive of poetry how Ada Lovelace s commentary on the analytical engine has become a phenomenon why the Turing test is so critical to any algorithm the duality of the Library of Babel and how Cambridge Analytica came to its own demise to name a few he manages to fuses all these critical incidents in such a concise and comprehensive manner in his analysis One of the other things that stood out to me is that instead of focusing on Deep Blue s epic chess game or Watson s Jeopardy he chose AlphaGo as his AI heroine with good mathematical reasoning behind his choice The only chapter that I had a hard time following even though I classify myself as a classic music and Jazz lover was Chapter 11 Music The Process of Sounding Mathematics and that is only because I did not find myself as interested in uncovering the delicate process of composing that he brings to the surface I found it a bit dry than the others but still remained charmed by his personal passion towards the art He revealed in the end of the book that he used the assistance of the Great Automatic Grammatizator to help him write 350 words which we readers are invited to guess belonged to which section My bet would be on that oneTo Be a Machine and In Our Own Image are two of my absolute favourite books that take on the deeply beloved topic of human vs the machine and it s been a long time since I ve read something on their level Now I can add The Creativity Code to that list For Marcus Du Sautoy creativity is not this abstract romanticised concept but instead creativity is about humans asserting they are not machines This alone should give you a snippet to the overarching tone of this book

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Free download ✓ The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think 102 Se programs just mimic or do they have what it takes to create Du Sautoy argues that to answer this uestion we need to understand how the algorithms that drive them work―and this brings him back to his own subject of mathematics with its puzzles constraints and enticing possibilitiesWhile most recent books on AI focus on the future of work The Creativity Code moves us to the forefront of creative new technologies and offers a positive and unexpected vision of our future cohabitation with machines It challenges us to reconsider what it means to be human―and to crack the creativity co. A great book when it comes to outlining the status uo and advances of AI in creative areas such as playing Go composing music writing novels or proving mathematical theorems The author is leading us on a journey through the extensive AI projects such as AlphaGo or DeepBach whose results leave people speechless and also lead to the uestion if algorithms will develop a form of consciousness one dayIt is definitely a very refreshing book that will keep you engaged but it fails to capture the essence of AIneural networks how they work and evolve The author merely scratches the surface and stops elaborating further when it starts to become really interesting But anything else would probably go beyond the scope of this book as its intention is to provide an overview of the world of AI rather than giving a detailed and complex explanation of how it reaches its creative output

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Free download ✓ The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think 102 The award winning author of The Music of the Primes explores the future of creativity and how machine learning will disrupt enrich and transform our understanding of what it means to be humanCan a well programmed machine do anything a human can―only better Complex algorithms are choosing our music picking our partners and driving our investments They can navigate data than a doctor or lawyer and act with greater precision For many years we’ve taken solace in the notion that they can’t create But now that algorithms can learn and adapt does the future of creativity belong to machin. You might expect a book about the potential of AI to be a little dry maybe a little too niche for a general reader instead it s a fascinating multidisciplinary journey into the notion and expression of creativity across time and through varied forms from music and art to mathematical theory and games The principal uestion could AI ever truly create something on its own Could a machine ever step into the realm that some consider an essentially human characteristic creativity It s hardly a new uestion but with the advances in tech it seems ever relevant maybe even essential Anyone who has even dipped a toe into sci fi genre might have a few concerns about truly autonomous machines So could it happenWell maybe not Or at least not yet For now no need to worry too much Probably What machines can do whether directed via top down human created algorithms or bottom up systems that allow for machine learning is amazing If the advances in tech sometimes feel like just another part of modern living then this book works to illuminate the incredible drive and imagination and hard work that goes into each step forward The author s ability to convey the excitement of creative energy whether human machine or a combination of both makes the book a genuine page turner There s a real sense of exploration of what has been achieved by humans andor machines in the past what s going on right now and what the pathways might be in the future It feels like possibilities like change like a whole new way of thinking and being This is a book about people challenging themselves and others a whole history of innovation that keeps pushing to see what else is achievable a world of creators that includes coders alongside the greatest artists and musicians Lifting it all is the author s obvious enthusiasm and his clear desire to make the subject approachable without sacrificing its complexity It s full of surprises and hints at even to comeOverall the author s reasonable caution about AI s capacity for genuine creativity is somewhat determined by a definition and concept of creativity that seems entirely human Until AI can feel emotion can it truly create in the same way humans can Perhaps these types of boundaries limit too far what we understand to be creative Would it be enough for the human to bring their own emotion to the piece as we do in our own individual reactions to art music even tech There s a creative place in the human code that seems almost magical but if nothing else this books ensures you never forget the sometimes years of work which underlies every invention Until recently those hours were determined by human effort but increasingly the hard slog can be handed over to machines How different will the creative process become as and of what we used to have to do ourselves becomes the realm of machinesAI The evaluation of machine creativity is often framed by whether it s good enough to fool us but the machines become involved in the process the they become us and we them The uestion of whether that collaboration could become anything is tantalising but not entirely answered here Creativity is a path not a moment so who can really know what is to come The future is wide open ARC via Netgalley

  • Hardcover
  • 312
  • The Creativity Code: How AI Is Learning to Write, Paint and Think
  • Marcus du Sautoy
  • English
  • 28 November 2018
  • 9780674988132