Call: Perceptions of Creativity in Human and Artificial Intelligence Survey

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Perceptions of Creativity in Human and Artificial Intelligence Survey

You are warmly invited to take part in a survey measuring the perceptions of creativity in human and artificial intelligence.

This research project is funded by the Industrial Humanities Research Priority Area Development of the University of Nottingham and its aim is to consider the perceptions and attitudes that the audience has in respect to creative activities performed by Artificial Intelligence.

During the questionnaire you will be asked questions relative to your intuitions about the notion of creativity and your attitudes regarding the use of AI systems in the field of creative arts. The questionnaire should take approximately 15 minutes. Your answers will remain completely anonymous and will only be used for research purposes.

This research will help informing a larger project which aims at exploring the perceptions of a range of audiences to the moral, pragmatic and educational value of deploying AI in a range of different contexts.

By completing the survey, you can enter a prize draw to win one of two £100 Amazon vouchers or one of two £50 Amazon vouchers.

To participate, please follow this link:
https://nottingham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/perceptions-of-creativity-in-human-and-artificial-intellig

For more information, please contact:
Dr Caterina Moruzzi
Postdoctoral Researcher and Teaching Assistant
Departments of Philosophy and Music
University of Nottingham
caterina.moruzzi1@nottingham.ac.uk

 

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