One particular marketing stunt that was launched in tandem with Black Friday this year is going to sound familiar to fans of the US version of The Office who remember that episode in which Dwight fought to out-sell a computerized Dunder Mifflin sales system.
The team at Cards Against Humanity always pulls off something attention-grabbing at this time every year, and for Black Friday 2019, it seems the team taught a computer how to write Cards Against Humanity cards. “Over the next 16 hours,” reads the description associated with the livestreamed YouTube footage above, “our writers will battle this powerful card-writing algorithm to see who can write the most popular new pack of cards. If the writers win, they’ll get a $5,000 holiday bonus. If the A.I. wins, we’ll fire the writers.”
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Black Friday stunt from Cards Against Humanity is an epic fight between robots and humans originally appeared on BGR.com on Fri, 29 Nov 2019 at 17:12:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.