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P. Parra Pennefather Creative Prototyping with Generative AIDesign Thinkinghttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-9579-3_1

1. Generating Creativity from Negativity

Patrick Parra Pennefather1  
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

This chapter intentionally separates generative AI and its narrow AI siblings from Artificial General Intelligence, which has been given many names describing a moment in time where a human-made machine develops consciousness. The chapter proposes that creatives differentiate between the two so that you can better reconcile the pros and cons of interacting with generative AI. The cautionary tales and negativity directed ...

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