AI may never truly replicate human creativity

Sociology professor Anton Oleinik argues that neural networks are structured in a way that limits the possibility that they will ever have true artificial creativity.

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Regrettably, he doesn’t explain definitively how human neural networks are creative. Only that they are. We are left making inferences.

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