Artificial Intelligence is Getting Slightly Better at Designing an Advent Calendar

Every year, Janelle Shane of AI Weirdness tries to get a neural network to generate a new Advent calendar, and every year the latest AI programs show how they do not yet understand Christmas. The last one we posted was in 2021, and you must admit it is getting better, but still hilariously misses the mark. Above is just a portion of the interactive calendar. I don't know why it's labeled 2022; that might be human error. But that error is nothing compared to snov phidde, fendli, and gedowmad.

Shane tried time and time again to get ChatGPT4 and DALL-E3 to cooperate with each other to generate Christmas icons and scenes with labels, with varying results. One attempt gave us something labeled SNO GLOIE, with a picture of a Starbucks holiday cup. A snowflake cookie ornament was labelled GINGERBOMAN, which has to be someone's name. More elaborate Christmas scenes were generated that look nice and Christmassy at first glance, but contains horrors when you take a closer look. See them and more at AI Weirdness.   

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