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On the Machine Condition and its Creative Expression

2020
Colton, Simon and Pease, Alison and Guckelsberger, Christian and McCormack, Jon and Llano, Maria Teresa and others

Abstract

The human condition can be characterised as the most essential characteristics, events and situations which describe human existence. We propose that a parallel discussion of the machine condition could improve public understanding of computational systems in general, and advance perception of creativity in computational creativity systems in particular. We present a framework for machines to creatively express their existence, sketch some aspects of the machine condition, and describe potential benefits of this approach.

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@inproceedings{colton2020machine,
author= {Colton, Simon and Pease, Alison and Guckelsberger, Christian and McCormack, Jon and Llano, Maria Teresa and others},
title= {{On the Machine Condition and its Creative Expression}},
year= {2020},
booktitle= {{ICCC}},
pages= {342--349},
abstract= {The human condition can be characterised as the most essential characteristics, events and situations which describe human existence. We propose that a parallel discussion of the machine condition could improve public understanding of computational systems in general, and advance perception of creativity in computational creativity systems in particular. We present a framework for machines to creatively express their existence, sketch some aspects of the machine condition, and describe potential benefits of this approach.},
}

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