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Wie kreativ kann Künstliche Intelligenz sein? Eine psychologische Reflexion

Authors : Matthias Spörrle, Sebastian Hofreiter

Published in: Kreativität und Innovation in Organisationen

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Zusammenfassung

Oftmals wird vermutet, dass Intelligenz und Kreativität unverbunden (oder sogar einander abträglich) seien; dies ist beim Menschen nicht der Fall. Vor diesen Hintergrund reflektiert dieser Beitrag aus einer psychologischen Perspektive, als wie kreativ eine Künstliche Intelligenz angesehen werden kann. Hierbei werden Aspekte adressiert wie die (domänenübergreifende) Generalisierung einer intelligenzbezogenen Leistung, Problemlösungen in Wahrscheinlichkeiten und der modulare Aufbau eines intelligenten Systems. Es werden Anregungen gegeben für die organisationale Implementation kreativitätsausgerichteter Künstlicher Intelligenzen.

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Metadata
Title
Wie kreativ kann Künstliche Intelligenz sein? Eine psychologische Reflexion
Authors
Matthias Spörrle
Sebastian Hofreiter
Copyright Year
2022
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-63117-1_17

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