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The question as to whether AI could assist - or even replace - human creativity has been asked since the invention of the computer. While some creatives embrace the concepts of machine learning, data analysis and adaptive tools to ever increase their capabilities as designers and innovators, others are timid in a bid to keep the purity

 

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