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    Creative AI?

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    Join us as we highlight three points of view concerning artificial intelligence and creativity. Click here to learn more about the event and speakers.

    Historically, creativity has been judged according to its impact and ways that people moved other people’s thinking, challenged longstanding beliefs, or transformed a field. 

    Artificial Intelligence has raised sensationalized debates concerning not only the question over its ability to create, but whether it can harm society. Do we trust AI? Can AI systems really be creative? Do we risk human creativity as we adopt AI? Will our communities be sustainable?

    Sponsored by Ontario Tech University, Digital Life Institute and Trustworthy AI Lab. For more information, email

    Dr. Delon Omrow
    Dr. Délon Alain Omrow is a Professor and Sessional Instructor and Postdoctoral Fellow at Centennial College and Ontario Tech University, respectively. For his full bio, click here.

    Dr. Peter Lewis
    Dr. Peter Lewis holds a Canada Research Chair in Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence, at Ontario Tech University, Canada. For his full bio, click here.
    Dr. Isabel Pedersen
    Dr. Isabel Pedersen is the founding Director of the Digital Life Institute, an international research network of multidisciplinary scholars studying the social implications of emergent digital technologies, where she also leads the AI and Social Implications cluster. For her full bio, click here.

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