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In just the past few years, creative AIs have expanded into style invention — into authorship that is individualized rather than imitative and that projects meaning and intentionality, even if none exists.Artificial intelligence challenges what it means to be creative|Richard Moss|February 17, 2022|Science News
There’s a fine line between paying homage to a poet you admire and being overly imitative of that poet’s work.‘Love and Other Poems’ will satisfy your need for romance|Kathi Wolfe|May 27, 2021|Washington Blade
I was afraid to tell my story directly, wanted to couch it in a fanciful (and imitative) yarn of sex and intrigue.‘Miracle Boy Grows Up’: Ben Mattlin Speaks to Jay McInerney|Jay McInerney|December 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Yet we know that children are, to greater and lesser degrees, highly imitative of what they see.Does Hollywood Inspire Violence?|Noah Kristula-Green|July 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The imitative impulse prompting to the production of the semblance of something appears very early in child-life.
In this imitative play we see from the first the artistic tendency to set forth what is characteristic in the things represented.
It is an imitative creature, and takes refuge up among the trees.
Reading is at once an imitative and an appreciative art on the part of the pupil.Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions|George S. Boutwell
Skeat thinks the word gog is “of imitative origin,” but it is more likely that goggle was originally Gog oeuil or Gog Eye.Archaic England|Harold Bayley