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Hofstadter, Douglas R. (13)
Scientific Discovery (5)
Systems and Software (1)

Artificial Creativity in Linguistics  
Using genetic algorithms to create English words.
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Ashok Goel  
Ashok Goel is an Associate Professor of Computer and Cognitive Science at Georgia Institute of Technology. Research in various aspects of design includes investigation of the creative exploration involved in solving problems.
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Chris Thornton  
Collection of papers relevant to artificial creativity and intelligence.
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Creative Systems Group of Coimbra  
People working in AI and Creativity
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il sogno di Eliza  
A project about creative interaction between artificial and human intelligence producing a story, a real fiction book. The author uses several pieces of software to create the plot, the dialogues, to find new path or check the older one. Written in Itali
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Margaret Boden  
Author of "The Creative Mind: Myths and Mechanisms", Boden's interests are in the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques for understanding human creativity.
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Melanie Mitchell  
Currently at the Santa Fe Institute. Melanie Mitchell developed Copycat as part of her dissertation work with Douglas Hofstadter on cognitive modeling of high-level perception and analogy-making.
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Raul Valdes-Perez  
Papers on scientific discovery and applications to chemistry.
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Stephen L. Thaler  
Creator of the neural-network based Creativity Machine. Thaler has proposed it as a model of consciousness in which a neural network manifests what he calls a stream of consciousness while a second network filters the outputs from the first network. Thale
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SWALE Project Home Page: Case-Based Creativity  
This site, maintained by David Leake at Indiana University, describes the SWALE project's case-based reasoning approach to generating creative explanations. A simplified version of the SWALE code is available.
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