xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. 304, Studia de Arte et Educatione 14 (2019), s. -39
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Description:Dokument cyfrowy wytworzony, opracowany, opublikowany oraz finansowany w ramach programu "Społeczna Odpowiedzialność Nauki" - modułu "Wsparcie dla bibliotek naukowych" przez Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego w projekcie nr rej. SONB/SP/465103/2020 pt. "Organizacja kolekcji czasopism naukowych w Repozytorium UP wraz z wykonaniem rekordów analitycznych".
We live in an era that witnesses an increasing significance of artificial intelligence and anticipates increasingly intelligent systems. With artificial intelligence and intelligent robots taking over some of the functions previously performed by humans, there are raised questions about the type and scope of their activity in relation to human abilities. This process raises a number of questions about the possibility of identifying those spheres of human activity that cannot be imitated by intelligent programmes or robots. At first sight, such human qualities include emotionality, feelings, and creativity. In this paper, I examine whether intelligent robots could potentially be artistically creative and supplant humans in these processes? Its thesis is that while it is difficult to find innovative and creative robots at this particular moment, it is equally difficult to deny that robots do create art on some level. This invites a perspective that emphasises that while in this respect, at present, human nature is not imitated by robots and artificial intelligence, yet, at the same time, the homo-centric approach is questioned by the assumption that creativity is merely a temporary human quality rather than its permanent property, and that some form of creativity is indeed performed by artificial intelligence.