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

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About the Course

Released in June 2021, Natural Creativity is about understanding and harnessing human creativity. In this course, you will investigate the latest theories of human creativity, its history and evolution, and how AI research is helping us understand it more fully. You will gain a deeper awareness of your creative processes and inspirations through these diverse perspectives. As you advance through the course, you will add to your creative toolkit by exploring different methods for design research and applying them to various business scenarios and frameworks. Then, in the course project, you will practice using the techniques and theories you learned to gain deep insights into how people are creative in your local context....

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By Ernest W

Mar 20, 2022

Similarly to my review of previous course in the specialization, course and the lecturer is great, there could be more video materias. I still don't feel the connection between the research part and AI part. I know it's important and it gives some understanding of design thinking process and use of creativity to solve real-world problems for someone who don't know that. For myself, as a designer there is nothing new or valueable in that part. It could be better if the lecturer gives a particular topic that could be solved/designed through AI. Apart from that, there are book suggestions to read and I think I should read them to fully understand meaning of some concepts that aren't covered during the course.

By Robert D D

Nov 26, 2021

Another great course in this series, thanks very much!

By Michael B

Feb 28, 2024

Great course, thanks !

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By Jessica R

Nov 22, 2023

I honestly can't understand how the research methodology lessons fit into this course of study. It feels shoe-horned into an otherwise interesting course. More confusing than anything