2.8 Generativity (UK)

Generativity is the ability to create, generate or produce new output, structure or behavior without input from the originator of the system. E.g. mobile operating systems, for which developers have created millions of unique applications. Generativity works like a platform, lever or catalyst; it enables other processes. 

How does it work? 

  1. It functions as a special sort of viable causality
  2. Theoretically it drives on complexity
  3. Nonlinear effects
  4. Required: interaction
  5. The AHA-erlebnis of chunking
  6. lllustration 1: human communication
  7. Illustration 2: Education
  8. Major challenges