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Chatbot: A computer program designed to simulate human conversation, often used for customer service or interactive experiences.

Cognitive Architecture: A computational framework that emulates cognitive processes and abilities, enabling AI systems to perform complex tasks requiring human-like intelligence.

Conceptual Blending: The process of combining different ideas or concepts to generate new and creative outputs using AI techniques.

Conceptual Understanding: The ability of AI systems to comprehend and interpret abstract concepts, allowing for creative reasoning and problem-solving.

Computer Vision: The field of AI that focuses on enabling computers to understand and interpret visual information from images or videos.

Content Generation: The use of AI algorithms to create various forms of content, such as text, images, and videos.

Creative Adversarial Networks (CAN): A type of generative AI model that uses adversarial training to generate novel and imaginative outputs, such as artwork or music.

Creative Coding: The practice of using programming languages and algorithms to create artistic and creative works.

Creative Commons: A licensing framework that allows creators to share their work while retaining some rights, enabling the collaborative use and remixing of creative content.

Creative Machine Learning: The application of machine learning techniques to generate innovative and imaginative outputs.

Creative Reinforcement Learning: A branch of AI that combines reinforcement learning algorithms with creative tasks, enabling AI systems to learn and improve their creative abilities through trial and error.

Creative Robotics: The integration of AI and robotics to develop autonomous systems capable of creative problem-solving and artistic expression.

Creative Writing AI: AI systems that assist or generate written content, ranging from short stories to novels, by simulating human-like writing styles.

Cross-Domain Creativity: The capacity of AI systems to transfer creative knowledge and skills across different domains, enabling novel and imaginative outputs in various disciplines.

Curiosity-Driven Learning: A technique used in AI systems where the model is motivated to explore and learn from its environment out of curiosity, leading to creative problem-solving.

Cybernetics: The interdisciplinary study of control and communication in living organisms and machines, often applied to the development of intelligent systems.

Cyberphysical Systems: AI systems that integrate physical components with digital intelligence, enabling creative interactions between the physical and digital realms, often seen in interactive installations or immersive experiences.

Cyclical Learning Rates: A technique used in AI training that adjusts the learning rate during training cycles, allowing models to converge faster and potentially produce more creative outputs.

 

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