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Call for AI-themed holiday videos, art and more

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07 December 2019



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That’s right! You better not run, you better not hide, you better watch out for brand new AI-themed holiday material on AIhub!

Drop your videos, AI generated art, pictures, poems, algorithms, datasets, or anything else you can think of, down our chimney at sabine.hauert@robohub.org and share the spirit of the season. We’ll be posting the best content through December and January.

Some inspiration below from University of Toronto.




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