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AI videos we’ve been watching this year

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31 December 2020



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As 2020 draws to a close, we look back at some of the videos that we’ve enjoyed watching over the course of the last 12 months. It’s an eclectic mix of educational content, interviews, presentations, music, simulations, and more. Hope you enjoy them!

Eurovision 2020 AI song contest champion: Beautiful The World. By Uncanny Valley.

[DeOldified] Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat (The Lumière Brothers, 1896). By Deoldify videos (Denis Shiryaev)

What is backpropagation really doing? By 3Blue1Brown.

Timnit Gebru with Devi Parikh on Humans of AI: Stories, Not Stats. By Devi Parikh.
Humans of AI: Stories, Not Stats is an interview series with AI researchers to get to know them better as people.

Windows 2000 Startup Sound but an AI attempts to continue the song. By Dimas[SFM].

Debunking Robot Rights: Metaphysically, Ethically and Legally. By humantechnology.
This is a talk given by Jelle van Dijk about work done with Abeba Birhane and Frank Pasquale.

Describing how a computer vision algorithm removes the water from underwater images. By What’s AI.
This covers a paper by Derya Akkaynak and Tali Treibitz.

A genetic algorithm learns to control a paper airplane in a simulated 3D environment. By Automaton.

OpenAI Plays Hide and Seek…and Breaks The Game! By Two Minute Papers.

Making Blob Opera with David Li. By Google Arts & Culture.




Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.
Lucy Smith , Managing Editor for AIhub.




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