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Department of Computer and Information Science


Computational Creativity

To be creative, we need to produce something which is new, meaningful and has some sort of value. Computers are able to support humans in creative processes, but to also themselves be creative or to assess if an idea or a product is creative. A master thesis project on computational creativity can investigate any creative field matching the interests and backgrounds of the student or students (language, design, music, art, mathematics, computer programming, etc.), and concentrate on one or several aspects of computational creativity, such as the production, understanding or evaluation of creativity, or on computer systems that support human creativity.


Björn Gambäck Björn Gambäck
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