Creating Machines capable of creativity.
Creativity has two categories:
- P-creativity (psychological) - individual comes up with an idea that they have never thought of before
- H-creativity (historical) - nobody else has ever come up with this idea before
Conditions of Creativity:
- idea must have some value
a novel idea is one that did not occur before, but has been reached by an existing set of generative rules.
a creative idea is one that could not occur before.
-  Computer Creativity http://www.golgotha.org.uk/academic/csmart02.html
-  Can Computers be Creative? How? http://aitopics.net/Creativity
-  Formal Theory of Creativity & Fun & Intrinsic Motivation http://www.idsia.ch/~juergen/creativity.html
-  Stephen Thaler's Computer Creativity Machine Simulates the Human Brain http://www.mindfully.org/Technology/2004/Creativity-Machine-Thaler24jan04.htm
-  Creativity and unpredictability by Margaret Boden http://www.stanford.edu/group/SHR/4-2/text/boden.html
-  Imagination engines (Stephen L. Thaler, Ph.D.) http://imagination-engines.com/ie.htm