AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

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Aw yeah it’s time for cookies with neural networks

Aw yeah it’s time for cookies with neural networks

So there’s these computer programs called artificial neural networks that are good at imitating things. By seeing examples of what humans did, they can learn to translate languages, predict product sales, and even categorize text and images as innocuous or explicit (it has a lot of trouble with this
How to make high-tech pies sound really old

How to make high-tech pies sound really old

A while ago I made a bunch of new pies. Well, I didn’t *make* them because they were neural network invented titles and although it tried to imitate the list of pies I gave it, the neural net’s imitations are imperfect. The neural network, after all, is a
It’s time for Cooking With Neural Networks!

It’s time for Cooking With Neural Networks!

Neural networks are computer programs that learn by example. Rather than a programmer teaching them step-by-step rules on how to solve a problem, neural networks try to deduce their own rules by looking at examples of lots of successful solutions. One of the first problems I tried to solve with
A neural network invents some pies

A neural network invents some pies

(Pie -> cat courtesy of https://affinelayer.com/pixsrv/ ) I work with neural networks, which are a type of machine learning computer program that learn by looking at examples. They’re used for all sorts of serious applications, like facial recognition and ad targeting and language translation. I, however,
Bird Hots With Mold; Rhubarb

Bird Hots With Mold; Rhubarb

Today’s treat, brought to you by a neural network trained to generate recipes based on a database of about 30,000 examples. Bird Hots With Mold; Rhubarb deserts, fruits, seafood 1 pkg cooled shells roll 1 cup confectioners’ sugar 3 tablespoon california homejazehn or warm or whole mim; or
Bad recipe ideas from the neural network

Bad recipe ideas from the neural network

I’m training a neural network to generate recipes based on a database of about 30,000 examples, using the open-source char-rnn framework. People have asked me whether I’ve tried making any of these recipes. The answer is no. No, I most definitely haven’t. I don’t know,
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