Can robots learn creativity?
The Agenda

Technology developers have persistently attempted to replicate human behavior in otherwise lifeless gadgets. Artificial intelligence is one thing, but artificial creativity is far more difficult to achieve. 

Ai-Da (featured above) is said to be the first ultra-realistic humanoid. An artist robot, she scans images using a realistic retina and sketches her own perception, creating unique art every time. Her creator is Aidan Meller, an expert art dealer based in Oxfordshire, UK. He wanted to push the boundaries of creativity and bring out the 'art' in artificial intelligence.