Why do we love Picasso? A ‘creativity algorithm’ explains by

The scientist ran an analysis of 1,700 paintings throughout history. Among those which received high creativity scores were “The Scream,” Kazimir Malevich’s first Suprematism paintings and paintings by Piet Mondrian and Georgia O’Keeffe. The painting that ranks first in the batch is Picasso’s “Ladies of Avignon,” while da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” is notably absent from the top picks. The algorithm didn’t like that one much at all.

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