Some of the recent image-generating models have this thing where they can fill in the blank parts of images. It's handy when you want to show them exactly how to give you more of the same. Like these animal emoji. See if you can tell which ones I gave DALL-E2
ChatGPT text can sound very knowledgeable until the topic is something you know well. Like tic-tac-toe.
Once I heard that ChatGPT can play tic-tac-toe I played several games against it and it confidently lost every single one.
Part of the problem seemed to be that it couldn't keep track of
I'm interested in cases where it's obvious that chatbots are bluffing. For example, when Bard claims its ASCII unicorn art has clearly visible horn and legs but it looks like this:
or when ChatGPT claims its ASCII art says "Lies" when it clearly says "Sip"
or when ChatGPT claims its
Large language models like ChatGPT, GPT-4, and Bard are trained to generate answers that merely sound correct, and perhaps nowhere is that more evident than when they rate their own ASCII art.
I previously had them rate their ASCII drawings, but it's true that representational art can be subjective. ASCII
I've finally found it: a use for chatGPT that I find genuinely entertaining. I enjoy its ASCII art.
(huge thanks to mastodon user blackle mori for the inspiration)
I think chatGPT's ASCII art is great. And so does chatGPT.
Lest you think chatGPT (here, the March 14 2023 version) is