SciGen: Randomly generated paper makers give talk

A while back, a couple MIT graduate students created SCIGen, a random science paper generator and got one of the papers to get accepted as a non-reviewed piece at WMSCI 2005. Unfortunately, after WMSCI was laughed at by the geek community for accepting a bogus paper, they refunded registration to the MIT students. Instead of being denied, the team from PDOS decided to head to the hotel where WMSCI was being held and had their own specialized “random” science talk.
Amusing video awaits!

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