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
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
A challenge of marketing internet text predictors like chatgpt, gpt-4, and Bard is that they can pretty much predict anything on the internet. This includes not just dialogues with helpful search engines or customer service bots, but also forum arguments, fiction, and more. One way compaies try to keep the
I recently started experimenting with Bing's new ChatGPT-powered chat tab. This is the first thing I asked it for:
I've put red boxes around the factual errors. What is notable is that these are not just slight typos or errors in context - those items never
There are a lot of chatbot-based apps that are basically internet text generators with a bit of introductory stage-setting to nudge the interaction into "user talks to helpful chatbot" as opposed to literally any other dialog on the web. Not surprisingly, these are susceptible to a user resetting
I had so much fun getting GPT-3 to generate simple one-line Valentine's Day cards last year that this year I decided to see if I could generate cards with more complicated messages. I focused on the classic "roses are red, violets are blue" rhyme, figuring that
I like a fun sock. The more random the design, the better. What kinds of novelty sock ideas would we get if we used AI as a creativity aid?
It turns out they aren't too novel unless the AI is glitchy.
I collected 14 examples of socks I