Jan Løhmann's lectures
Jan Løhmann Stephensen · ICCC'20
Post-creativity and AI: Reverse-engineering our Conceptual Landscapes of Creativity
"This paper introduces the notion ‘post-creativity’ as a reference point for discussing the ways in which the computational simulation of creativity perpetually seems to hinge upon conceptions of creativity that are both much-too-human and non-contingent. Taking issue with the often implicit idea within the artificial creativity- agenda that creativity somehow exists before the fact, this paper, drawing upon Michel Foucault’s notion of the ‘dispositif’, insists that we must keep a steady eye on the historicity of the ideas and practices of ‘creativity’ in order to fully comprehend the ways in which computational/artificial creativity is part and parcel of the perpetual re-creation of creativity and hence, at best, contributing to a conceptual reverse-engineering of‘creativity’."
Multiple speakers · ICCC'20