AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: large language models

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Drawing of a walrus with "imagine a tiny little walrus. you call them a 'snowbonk' and put them in the fridge so they chill"

Trolling chatbots with made-up memes

ChatGPT, Bard, GPT-4, and the like are often pitched as ways to retrieve information. The problem is they'll "retrieve" whatever you ask for, whether or not it exists. Tumblr user @indigofoxpaws sent me a few screenshots where they'd asked ChatGPT for an explanation of
Chatgpt: Here's the ASCII art of the word "lies" (generates block letters that clearly read "sip")

What does this say?

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
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