Quoted: Michael Casey on Artificial Intelligence and Creativity

“It may, for a few seconds, fool you, but it doesn’t have an overall plan,” says Dartmouth’s Michael Casey in an MIT Techonology Review story about artificial intelligence and whether an algorithm can account for human taste in creating, for example, a successful playlist.

Casey is the James Wright Professor of Music, a professor of computer science, and director of the graduate program in digital musics.