Using a very simple formula that combines a random Wikipedia article with a random quotation fragment, over-imposed over some random Flickr image, the Automated Fake Album Project creates a few duds and some remarkable albums I'd actually want to listen to.
On April 7th, 2012, we invited 20 universities in a contest to see who could automatically generate the best fake albums according to the above formula. Please help us figure out who won.
|Song Done in the Style of "The Beatles" by Artificial Intelligence|
|Machine Civilization: Dancing in Japan Like Synchronised Robots|
|It's Official: Pop Music Too Loud and All Sounds the Same|
|"Frozen brains could be thawed and inserted into a donor body."|
|"Have you ever pondered why we itch in the first place?"|
|"Every saint and every sinner in the history of our species lived out their lives in a spec of dust suspended in space."|
|"It’s appealing to imagine a world where artificial wombs grow babies."|
|"Academics who study basic income said the pilot gives a chance to see how the idea plays in a changed economy."|
|Google's Self-Driving Cars Giving Rides to the Public|
|Head Transplant Hailed a Success|
|"You look in the mirror and see your body and your face and you think that’s you—but that’s really just the machine you’re riding in."|
|"This created a bubble, and like housing, that bubble has now burst."|
|Religious Loophole to Turn Lights On and Off During Shabbat|
|Where AI is Currently At|