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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Artificial Creativity by Parsons School of Design, The New School

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About the Course

Artificial Creativity explores the emerging field of creativity in artificial intelligence (AI) from a design perspective, bringing together insights from computer science and creative disciplines. In this course, you will survey the history and theories behind today's creative AI, analyze the unorthodox approaches that have advanced the field, and experience cutting-edge creative AI tools. At the same time, you will learn design thinking research methods, how to implement them for your creative insights, and how to translate them to professional and business contexts. Throughout the course, you will step away from your computer to conduct design research, applying the techniques and theories you learn each week to a topic of your choice. You will also engage with other learners through discussions while challenging and expanding your understanding of creativity....

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By Kazim R M

Jan 26, 2023

Highly recommend this course as it challenge individuals not only to think outside of the box but provides tools and resources to use AI for enhancing/inspiring creative efforts.

By Robert D D

Nov 26, 2021

Thank you, I really enjoyed this course!

By Hatem B H H

Jan 29, 2022

absolutely not what I have expected !

By Mrinal R N

Jul 24, 2021

Informative Course

By Mona A A

Oct 2, 2021

GOOD

By Ernest W

Mar 17, 2022

The lecturer speaks very precise and gives the impression of very knowledgeable person on this topic. I wish there were more video where he talks about AI. It's a good course if you understand that lecturer gives short insights that you have to explore on your own. It's great as a supplementary course for designers who are interested in AI but not as standalone learning material. I give it four stars because the author incorporates the basics of research but it's too vague and doesn't feel fitted into course main topic. I think the course didn't reach its full potential but there are two more courses in whole specialization.