Prof. Giovanni E. Corazza
October 6, 2 P.M. – 3 P.M.
Weitz Community Engagement Center (CEC), Room 201
Starting from the dynamic definition of creativity, descending from a pragmatist approach to creativity studies (Corazza, 2016), the talk will dwell upon the interconnection of creativity episodes to form a dynamic universal creative process. The ultimate implications of this view are then projected onto an extended evolutionary perspective of our cosmos, encompassing rising levels of complexity from physical to biological, psychological, and social levels. Considering the exponential rise of artificial intelligence in the future post-information society, the talk is concluded with an urgent call for all creativity researchers to join forces in the diffusion of a discipline of creativity, with relevant educational programs.
GIOVANNI E. CORAZZA – Marconi Institute for Creativity
Giovanni Emanuele Corazza is a Full Professor and Member of the Board of Directors at the Alma Mater Studiorum-University of Bologna, founder of the Marconi Institute for Creativity, Member of the Marconi Society Board of Directors, Member of the Partnership Board of the 5G-PPP. The Marconi Institute for Creativity, a joint initiative of the Fondazione Guglielmo Marconi and of the University of Bologna, was founded in 2011 with the purpose of establishing creative thinking as a science. The three pillars upon which MIC operates are those of scientific research, education activities, and support to the process of creativity and innovation, both in academic and in business contexts.
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