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"Extravagaria III: Hunting Creativity"

 

 
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Extravagaria III: Hunting Creativity

Royal Palm 2
Sunday, 8:30, full day

 


 
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Richard Gabriel, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
John Gribble, Tokyo University of Fine Art and Music

http://dreamsongs.com/Feyerabend/Extravagaria.html

Artists and scientists both search for understanding. Their methods and approaches differ, their results are in different languages, but there is no a priori reason to grant primacy to either. Art seems predicated on creativity while science and engineering are thought less so. The question arises what creativity is and whether creativity in the sciences and engineering - and especially in our software field - is the same as in art. This workshop explores that and related questions.

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