Artificial intelligence is about as popular as tinsel these days, but Santa has found a way to harness the power of A.I. for GOOD.
Santa is using “robot elves” to produce and send messages to children . . . possibly for FREE . . . with the help of a company called Handwrytten, an “automated handwriting solutions company.”
They offered to help Santa send out holiday cards. Here’s how it works:
Parents can put in a good word for their kids by going to HandwryttenBySanta.com, and signing up with your email to receive a code. The first 6,000 requests are free . . . then they’ll begin charging a small fee.
Then Santa, with the help of A.I., will make sure the GOOD kids know that their notes and wish-lists have been received. Cards should arrive peppermint-scented, and containing a sprinkle of lookalike snowflakes, with a return address of the North Pole. They recommend placing orders by THIS FRIDAY.