AI will enhance creativity, PA event hears

AI will enhance creativity, PA event hears

A senior policy advisor has advocated for greater investment into artificial intelligence in the book industry, saying it will increase creativity among people rather than replace it. 

Speaking at an online event on AI organised by the Publishers Association on 8th October, Claire Chapman, senior policy advisor for the Office for Artificial Intelligence, addressed the commonly held perception that AI would soon make human effort redundant. "It won't replace human ingenuity, but rather enhance it", she said, adding that the UK is currently regarded as a global leader in both the AI research...

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