I have no doubt that technical creativity will increase. But what about human creativity? The one which requires only your brain, hands, and heart. Why will moms need to learn story-telling if they can pacify their kids with a smartphone or a tab? Why will an artist need to learn painting if AI will print a scenery equal to or even better than Andreas Schelfhou and Rembrandt? Who will be the authors of books we'll have in 2050 (if any)? Will the Oscars or the Berlin or the Cannes Festival service in 2050 with their nominations "the best actor/actress/director/etc."?
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I think we need to start teaching AI's to do that which we humans can't do, or are really bad at (like rapid calculation with million variables). I really don't understand why we need to teach them to make songs, for example, if we humans are GREAT at it and we ENJOY doing it...but at the same time I think it is hard to imagine WHAT ELSE to teach them....
I believe that while AI can create, it is always based on what has already been created. The AI that released its song searched through many Beetles databases and the song sounds exactly like the Beetles. Of course, "the customer" gets exactly what he usually likes to hear. But "the new", I think that's something that people still come up with. Hopefully.