The power of emotional intelligence: Why AI and robots will never compete with human creativity

There have been an increasing number of reports about the rapidly developing world of AI, where computers can learn to use big data independently.  Most recently, Google yesterday announced it would begin exploring whether automated machines are capable of creativity and producing original artwork and music.   Many people’s gut reaction to this is that nothing, not even the innately human ability to create, is safe from the machines. It makes me think of the “infinite monkey theorem”: give a monkey a typewriter and an infinite amount of time and eventually, it will type something that makes sense. Read more: Accenture’s launching an artificial intelligence practice So, if we give computers (AI) huge amounts of big data and time, they will eventually develop creative ideas that can compete with the likes being dreamt up…


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