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hi hi!

Welcome to a boring normal newsletter, for once. Inspiration is not a bottomless well after all. The weather is great. Here is the weekly gif.

The Fairplay, Glitch and Cover GameJam just started earlier today! Around 9 teams are battling it out to create the most wonderful games. Really looking forward to seeing the results!

There are also 2 more days for the PhotoCee's PhotoHunt to conclude! The pictures seemed really challenging to find but it also looked like tons of fun! Especially this weekend with the idyllic weather coming our way!

It's a bit early now, but it's never early to get hyped for amazing events: The AIHACK Covid is coming! In June, we are empowering the Artificial Intelligence and Medical community of Groningen to hack the COVID-19 crisis together and to advise Dutch policymakers. Sign-up now! This event is organised in collaboration with AIMed and IFMSA.

That's it for now! I'm sure the next newsletter will be way more creative, but I bear no shame.



P.S. I like sweets.

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A committee is a group of friends that work towards a common goal. You can learn about all sorts of topics such as budgeting, planning, sponsoring, and much more! See the website for a complete overview of committees that are looking for members!

SporTee: The SporTee is the committee that makes sure we get away from our desks every now and then! They have organized many different activities, ranging from a lowkey game of ultimate frisbee to bigger outings such as paintball. Do you have crazy, sporty ideas for fun events? Then this is the one for you!

Are you interested in joining a committee? Don't hesitate to contact Amber, our Commissioner of Internal Affairs!

Nice to know

AI - COVID-19 Hackathon: Wake up your inner hacker! From June 24th - 27th, we are empowering the Artificial Intelligence and Medical community of the Netherlands to hack the COVID-19 crisis together and to advise Dutch policy makers. Find out more on the AIHack Covid website

AI/CS Information Team Position: Do you enjoy studying AI/CS and do you want to make prospective students excited about your programme? Then this is just the job for you! As a Student Assistant you are involved in the prospective students' process from being interested in studying AI/CS to actually enrolling in the programme. As a current student, you can bring your perspective to the table, which is greatly appreciated by prospective students, because there is no one who knows the programme better. Check the positions for Computing Science and Artificial Intelligence now!

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