A new survey of 200 men in the UK reveals that 58 percent think being a more “creative, inventive and imaginative thinker” will make them more attractive.Read More
Some research just published in the British Journal of Psychiatry claims that “creative” people are 90 percent more likely than everyone else to suffer from schizophrenia, 39 percent more likely to go to hospital with depression and 62 percent more likely to do so for bipolar disorder.
There is a glaring error in the study, however.Read More
While it’s increasingly understood that creativity is useful or even vital in the professional world, people sometimes need a little convincing that it can also be of serious personal value. But creativity can be of enormous help in everyday ways we can all identify with - for example in the dating game.Read More
The finding is sure to change the way online content is created. But what is it?Read More
In a word: computers. Machines can now do what you could call IQ-style thinking – covering what ‘multiple intelligences’ theorist Howard Gardner would call visual-spatial, verbal-linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligence – pretty darn well. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is here and it’s getting more sophisticated every day. But AC – Artificial Creativity – barely exists.Read More
You decide you want to learn how to play the violin. You see a one-day class advertised called “Learn the violin and unleash the musician within!” and go along, partly because you’re impressed with the rhyme.Read More