Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
Communicative-Expressive-Creative MachinesAuthor : M. Suganya
Volume 6 No.1 January-June 2017 pp 1-5
The paper has a theoretical part and an applied one. The theoretical part covers the four first sections. The first section makes a historical overview over text automatization. The second section introduces a more cooperative relation between man-machine productions. The third section approaches such cooperation into writing. The fourth section is the link to the communicative-expressive-creative machines, and presents the way communication is modeled by social scholars. Differently, the applied part of the paper has five sections. The fifth section depicts how computer science scholars model communication, its origin and evolution, while the sixth section shows experiments with communicative robots. The seventh section works with the artificial creativity, whereas the eighth section brings examples of artificial artists. The final section deals with a more specific project, artificial writing.
Artificial communication, artificial creativity, artificial writers, meta-authorship, robotic art