In this short clip from PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, ITP professor argues that creativity is the ability to produce 'valuable novelty'.

In this short excerpt from his talk at PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, Clay Shirky says that we must stop assuming that creativity is a thing. Instead, the ITP professor argues, we should recognize that creativity is the ability to produce valuable novelty and the question of what's ‘novel' and the question of what's ‘valuable' are always up for grabs.

Watch the full talk here: Clay Shirky: What I Learned About Creativity By Watching Creatives

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