If a computer is fed sufficient data, it can combine these in unexpected ways. At first glance, solutions to problems that have arisen in this way may indeed appear to be the result of creative processes. However, their origins still lie in the natural creativity of the programmers. The human brain is more complex and appears to be capable of more creativity. If a sufficiently complex computer becomes available, will we recognize a difference, or will real differences between humans and machines then become apparent?