This study explores the concept of creativity and artificial intelligence (AI) and their recent integration. While AI has traditionally been perceived as incapable of generating new ideas or creating art, the development of more sophisticated AI models and the proliferation of human-computer interaction tools have opened up new possibilities for AI in artistic creation. This study investigates the various applications of AI in a creative context, differentiating between the type of art, language, and algorithms used. It also considers the philosophical implications of AI and creativity, questioning whether consciousness can be researched in machines and AI's potential interests and decision-making capabilities. Overall, we aim to stimulate a reflection on AI's use and ethical implications in creative contexts.