AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

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The Kitten Effect

The Kitten Effect

One thing I've noticed with image-generating algorithms is that the more of something they have to put in an image, the worse it is. I first noticed this with the kitten-generating variant of StyleGAN, which often does okay on one cat: alternative for shocked_pikachu.pngbut is terrible at a
Teacups with mostly nonsensical messages written in, or sometimes on, the leaves.

Reading tea leaves

DALL-E (and other text-to-image generators) will often add text to their images even when you don't ask for any. Ask for a picture of a Halifax Pier and it could end up covered in messy writing, variously legible versions of "Halifax" as if it was quietly mumbling "Halifax... Halifax" to
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