VOLUME 1 | ISSUE 1 | 6 SEP 2023 | ISSN 2977-1811
COVER: Instead of canvas and paint, artificial intelligence (AI) uses data and algorithms. With recent significant progress in AI, can this technology support the creative work of artists?
COVER ART: Gil Dekel and AI (also using Photoshop to collage images by Alexander Sinn and Artiom Vallat).
By Gil Dekel
While Artificial Intelligence pushes the boundaries of art, does it push the boundaries of creativity itself?
By Gil Dekel and Ekaterina Pretsch
The ancient world was filled with concepts and attempts that can be considered prototypical Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Juan Sebastián Gómez-García
Creativity can cultivate adaptability by encouraging individuals to explore diverse perspectives
By Ekaterina Pretsch
Can AI-generated poetry evoke the same emotional resonance as that created by human hands?
By Rana Fleihan
Contrasting beauty ideals in Ancient Egypt and China
By Edward H. Adelson
Illusions of lightness and brightness can help reveal the nature of the human visual system
By Larry Dossey
Human consciousness as a creative energy field extending beyond the brain and the physical body
By Leslie Carr
Generating AI images: imitation or innovation?
By Gil Dekel
Copyright issues, integrity, and the value of creative prompt in AI-generated art
By Aradhana Mathews
Crafting sound scores for short films
Finding purpose through exploration and creativity
By Natalie Dekel
Intuitive colour selection and shape formation in encaustic wax art
By Silvia Contarelli
Can art be made without inspiration?
By Colin Wilson and Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino
Promoting heightened consciousness through focused attention and inspirational moments
Journal of Creativity and Inspiration