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Australia wins first AI ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ by sampling koalas and kookaburras

A team of programmers and songwriters from Australia have won the inaugural (and unofficial) AI ‘Eurovision Song Contest’, using a neural network trained on noises made by koalas, kookaburras, and Tasmanian devils to help score their winning entry.

The group, named Uncanny Valley, said their song was a https://www.theverge.com/2020/5/14/21258493/ai-eurovision-song-contest-australia-winning-entry-uncanny-valley

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