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Document Type : Original Article


Research Department, Research Center «NATURAL INFORMATICS», Russia, Novosibirsk


Neural networks with deep learning and reinforcement are able to compose poetry and music, draw paintings, and write short stories, as well as come up with scripts for films. Functional ensembles of harmoniously interacting intellectual agents with living information can virtually model creativity for various spheres of life activity. Virtual modeling of creativity by harmoniously interacting intellectual agents is carried out based on living creative processes represented by acts of creation accumulated by humanity in a certain sphere of life. Live information of creative acts of creation for functional ensembles from harmoniously interacting intellectual agents is revealed from the effective creative practice of specialists in specific conditions and presented in the format of smart ethical communicative-associative cases. To model creativity, a virtual environment of a certain sphere of activity is formed, in which the ensemble gives birth to a creative fruit according to the plan of a specialist. Functional ensembles of harmoniously interacting intellectual agents with live creative practice can cooperate with a person, and can also independently virtually model the creative creation of new designs of a specialist, if the ensemble has enough acts of creation.


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