The Creativity Code: How Ai is Learning to Write, Paint and Think

Author:   Marcus du Sautoy
Publisher:   HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN:  

9780008288198


Pages:   336
Publication Date:   19 March 2020
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   Marcus du Sautoy
Publisher:   HarperCollins Publishers
Imprint:   Fourth Estate Ltd
Dimensions:   Width: 12.90cm , Height: 2.10cm , Length: 19.80cm
Weight:   0.240kg
ISBN:  

9780008288198


ISBN 10:   0008288194
Pages:   336
Publication Date:   19 March 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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'What a wonderful, brilliant, joyous read! Marcus makes it seem so easy, and such fun, to begin to understand that which appears complex, frightening and beautiful, and the magic of being human' Philippe Sands 'The Creativity Code is only partly a book about AI art. It is as much about how AI thinks and how it does mathematics - du Sautoy's own special subject. And on these topics, he is thoughtful and illuminating' The Times 'Du Sautoy is [...] the light-bearer, illuminating not only the work of coders and creators, but the mathematics of chaos that underpin art and our emotional responses to it' Hans Ulrich Obrist 'Why could a machine one day not create a truly original work of art, write a moving poem, compose an opera or even discover a mathematical theorem? The answers, in this compelling and thought-provoking book by mathematician and musician, Marcus du Sautoy, can be found by breaking down what it actually means to be creative' Jim Al-Khalili 'Fact-packed and funny, questioning what we mean by creative and unsettling the script about what it means to be human, The Creativity Code is a brilliant travel guide to the coming world of AI' Jeanette Winterson 'Fascinating book ... if all the experiences, hopes, dreams, visions, lusts, loves and hatreds that shape the human imagination amount to nothing more than a code , then sooner or later a machine will crack it. Indeed, Du Sautoy assembles an eclectic array of evidence to show how that's happening even now' The Times 'Absorbing study ... eloquent and illuminating' Nature Magazine


`What a wonderful, brilliant, joyous read! Marcus makes it seem so easy, and such fun, to begin to understand that which appears complex, frightening and beautiful, and the magic of being human' Philippe Sands `The Creativity Code is only partly a book about AI art. It is as much about how AI thinks and how it does mathematics - du Sautoy's own special subject. And on these topics, he is thoughtful and illuminating' The Times `Du Sautoy is [...] the light-bearer, illuminating not only the work of coders and creators, but the mathematics of chaos that underpin art and our emotional responses to it' Hans Ulrich Obrist `Why could a machine one day not create a truly original work of art, write a moving poem, compose an opera or even discover a mathematical theorem? The answers, in this compelling and thought-provoking book by mathematician and musician, Marcus du Sautoy, can be found by breaking down what it actually means to be creative' Jim Al-Khalili `Fact-packed and funny, questioning what we mean by creative and unsettling the script about what it means to be human, The Creativity Code is a brilliant travel guide to the coming world of AI' Jeanette Winterson `Fascinating book ... if all the experiences, hopes, dreams, visions, lusts, loves and hatreds that shape the human imagination amount to nothing more than a code , then sooner or later a machine will crack it. Indeed, Du Sautoy assembles an eclectic array of evidence to show how that's happening even now' The Times `Absorbing study ... eloquent and illuminating' Nature Magazine


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Marcus du Sautoy holds Oxford University's prestigious Simonyi Chair for the Public Understanding of Science, a post previously held by Richard Dawkins, and is also a professor of Mathematics. He has presented numerous programmes on television and radio, including the internationally acclaimed BBC series The Story of Maths and the comedy maths show The School of Hard Sums with Dara O Briain. He writes extensively for the Guardian, The Times and the Daily Telegraph and has written and performed a new play called X&Y which has been staged in London's Science Museum and Glastonbury Festival. He received an OBE for services to science in the 2010 New Year's Honours List.

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