Anthropocentric Approaches to Creativity

I just added a few paragraphs to the artificial creativity page, on anthropocentric approaches to creativity. If you have a look at the Wikipedia page for artificial creativity you’ll notice that it doesn’t make a distinction between anthropocentric approaches and others. That’s because the entire article is anthropocentric. For your consideration.

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2 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Interesting, but why do not edit Wikipedia directly, if the article was inaccurate ?

  2. Hi Nojhan. Good question to which there are several answers. One being that the claim is partially supported by research carried out by myself which means I’d have the choice of either leaving it out, rendering the section incomplete, or alternatively going against all policies. Neither of which I care to do.

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