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By Selmer Bringsjord

Is human creativity a wall that AI can by no means scale? many folks are chuffed to confess that specialists in lots of domain names could be matched by way of both knowledge-based or sub-symbolic structures, yet even a few AI researchers harbor the wish that after it involves feats of sheer brilliance, brain over laptop is an unalterable truth. during this ebook, the authors push AI towards a time while machines can autonomously write not only humdrum tales of the type noticeable for years in AI, yet exceptional fiction considered the province of human genius. It studies on 5 years of attempt dedicated to construction a narrative generator--the BRUTUS.1 system.
This ebook was once written for 3 normal purposes. the 1st theoretical cause of making an investment time, cash, and ability within the quest for a really inventive computing device is to paintings towards a solution to the query of even if we ourselves are machines. the second one theoretical cause is to silence those that think that good judgment is without end closed off from the emotional global of creativity. the sensible cause for this exercise, and the 3rd cause, is that machines in a position to paintings along people in arenas calling for creativity could have incalculable worthy.

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The remaining mystery, then, would be how to instantiate i and m, and how to rigorously justify this instantiation. On some not implausible instantiations BRUTUS1 turns out to be P-creative. From the engineering perspective, if BRUTUS1 and his descendants turn out to be P-creative despite ever larger assignments to m, we will know we are successful. 15The wonderful Hyperproof system of Barwise and Etchemendy [8], used by Bringsjord to teach logic at Rensselaer, allows for such proofs. Hyperproof is appealed to in Chapter 2.

Among us. Torrance offers an “artistic definition” as well — or perhaps we should say that he offers a series of such definitions, where each member in the series is an intuitive diagram. ” While such pictures, we agree, are marvelously suggestive, they too fail to serve our purposes well: Again, we seek precise definitions amenable to outright (logic-based) formalization and implementation. It's hard to know, as logicist AIniks and software engineers, what to make of intuitive pictures. 3 BRUTUS and Hofstadter's Copycat Douglas Hofstadter, as many readers know, has thought a lot about creativity, and has built systems in order to explore and validate the result of that thought.

But this route concedes our point, for by it we end up once again invoking logicist AI in all its glory.

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