Neural creativity

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Neural creativity is a creativity technology pioneered by SuperMemo. Neural creativity can be used in learning, creativity, and in problem solving. It can combine and manage all those processes.

This is how neural creativity works:

  • collect a database of information (e.g. interesting articles from the web)
  • convert your database into durable human knowledge in the process of incremental learning
  • initiate the process of spreading activation (single keystroke)
  • process knowledge along the generated sequence to achieve further learning, creative associations, and possible solutions to a problem posed

Neural creativity isn't much different to a problem solving process except it feeds the brain with pre-selected knowledge that may provide creative association that underlie incremental progress towards the solution.

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This glossary entry is used to explain "I would never send my kids to school" by Piotr Wozniak