Inspired by a photo of a Christmas tree, a computer wrote this eerily charming holiday song

Neural Story Singing Christmas from Hang Chu on Vimeo.

Is it a warning? Is it a signal of real intelligence? Is it impressed by the Christmas songs your aunt sings after too many glasses of eggnog?

These are just a few of the numerous questions impressed by the weird holiday tune a computer program, referred to as “neural karaoke” generated.

Researchers from the College of Toronto had this system analyze a photo of a Christmas tree and compose a song to associate with it, according to The Guardian.

“I’ve at all times been there for the remainder of our lives,” sings this system, a line vaguely reminiscent of a Taylor Swift song. “100 and a half hour in the past.”

Neural karaoke is an element of a broader undertaking by PhD scholar Cling Chu, to make use of synthetic intelligence ot compose music. Click here to learn The Guardian’s full rationalization of the expertise that produced this instantaneous traditional:

Tons to brighten the room
The Christmas tree is full of flowers
I swear it’s Christmas Eve
I hope that’s what you say
The perfect Christmas current on the earth is a blessing
I’ve at all times been there for the remainder of our lives
100 and a half hour in the past
I’m glad to fulfill you
I can hear the music coming from the corridor
A fairy story
A Christmas Tree
There are tons and plenty and plenty of flowers


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