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Toward Super-Creativity

Improving Creativity in Humans, Machines, and Human - Machine Collaborations

Edited by Sílvio Manuel Brito

Polytechnic Institute of Tomar

What is super creativity? From the simple creation of a meal to the most sophisticated artificial intelligence system, the human brain is capable of responding to the most diverse challenges and problems in increasingly creative and innovative ways. This book is an attempt to define super creativity by examining creativity in humans, machines, and human-machine interactions. Organized into three sections, the volume covers such topics as increasing personal creativity, the impact of artificial intelligence and digital devices, and the interaction of humans and machines in fields such as healthcare and economics.

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Toward Super-CreativityImproving Creativity in Humans, Machines, and Human - Machine CollaborationsEdited by Sílvio Manuel Brito

Published: January 29th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73466

ISBN: 978-1-78985-910-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-909-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-78985-911-9

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Introductory Chapter: Super Creativity—Mind, Men, and Machine

By Sílvio Manuel da Rocha Brito


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2. The Aha! Moment: The Science Behind Creative Insights

By Wesley Carpenter


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3. Crowdsourcing in the Fashion Industry

By Luigi Nasta and Luca Pirolo


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4. From Individual Creativity to Team-Based Creativity

By Margarida Romero


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5. Shared Futures: An Exploration of the Collaborative Potential of Intelligent Machines and Human Ingenuity in Cocreating Value

By Teboho Pitso


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6. Diginalysis: The Man-Machine Collaboration in Music Analysis

By Ikenna Emmanuel Onwuegbuna


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7. The Machine-Human Collaboration in Healthcare Innovation

By Neta Kela-Madar and Itai Kela


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