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Why A.I. Can’t Replace Human Creativity

Sure, A.I. can write screenplays and compose music, but it can’t make human artistry obsolete

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My fingers feel the smooth plastic on the keyboard as I type this sentence.

I hear the rhythmic clatter of the keys.

I know I am human.

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Richard Holman

Richard Holman

Writer, speaker, creativity coach. Author of ‘Creative Demons & how to Slay Them’.

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