On the Relevance of Understanding for Creativity

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MORUZZI, Caterina, 2021. On the Relevance of Understanding for Creativity. AISB2021 : Philosophy after AI Symposium, Apr 8, 2021. In: Proceedings of Philosophy after AI Symposium

@inproceedings{Moruzzi2021Relev-56120, title={On the Relevance of Understanding for Creativity}, url={https://aisb.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/PhAI2021_papers.pdf}, year={2021}, booktitle={Proceedings of Philosophy after AI Symposium}, author={Moruzzi, Caterina} }

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