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Imagine what an astonishing effect could happen if we combined profound human natural creativity with computers’ numerical and logical capabilities. Probably, individuals who will use this technology will immensely benefit from it.

But how can we do this? In this book, the author puts forward the hypothesis that natural intelligence can be simulated as a generative model (
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