KENOTOMY, Creativity Face to Face with Artificial Intelligence

George Teodorescu


Artificial Intelligence wins an increasing capacity for undertaking more efficiently repetitive jobs and routine based tasks, using highly accurate logic-adaptive and deductive algorithms, replacing successfully the humans for these occupations.

Facing this new reality the ultimate asset of mankind became the Creative Thinking.

Enhancing and fostering the Creative Thinking should be a major duty especially along the educational process. Whatever the domain of study might be, the ability of generating fresh ideas and disruptive concepts will be sooner than expected the winning trump, or even the only reason for employing a human operator.

What is Kenotomy?

Kenotomy is Creativity focused education, leading students toward a seminal thinking mode, by developing their genuine imagination talent and enabling them with the skills for shifting approaches, encouraging unusual thinking pathways, archetypal perspective and serendipity, facilitating conceptualizing and recognizing the potential of ideas.

Kenotomy is based on the integrative understanding of the creative mental processes and uses an adequate methodology for addressing them, triggering the ideation process.

Kenotomy builds up creative minds, whatever the major of the students might be.

How does Kenotomy work?

Kenotomy differentiates two types of Creativity: the Reactive and the Intrinsic one and describes the dedicated ways for initiating them specifically.

First of all Kenotomy relieves the acquired and inherent inhibitions, releasing and stimulating the inborn speculative talent and enhances the ideation ability, overcoming the empiric myopia by high abstracting skills and the routine saturation by a fresh apex-perspective.

As a project centered education Kenotomy develops individual disruptive thinking as well as the group synergetic resonance with spectacular outcome: original problem solutions and unexpected, seminal concepts.

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