Artificial Creativity and General Intelligence

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MORUZZI, Caterina, 2020. Artificial Creativity and General Intelligence. In: Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts. Portuguese Catholic University - School of Arts. 12(3), pp. 84-99. ISSN 1646-9798. eISSN 2183-0088. Available under: doi: 10.34632/jsta.2020.9481

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