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AI writes Star Wars jokes

AI writes Star Wars jokes

One of my friends sent me some silly Star Wars jokes this week (“Where did Luke get his cybernetic hand? The second hand store.”) and on impulse I decided to see how AI would do at generating more. I decided to use GPT-3, which I knew had surely seen Star
Facts about whales

Facts about whales

When a neural net can imitate just about any kind of text on the internet, the challenge is to tell it precisely what to imitate. In my last preview of OpenAI’s new API, I asked it some pretty basic questions about horses, and it often got them wrong. Q:
The world through the eyes of a neural net

The world through the eyes of a neural net

What would happen if I fed a video to an AI that turns images into blobs of labeled objects, and then fed THAT video to another AI that attempts to reconstruct the original picture from those labeled blobs? I used runwayml’s new chaining feature to tie two algorithms together.
Slashdot headlines written by neural network

Slashdot headlines written by neural network

The news site Slashdot (“news for nerds, stuff that matters”) is celebrating its 20 year anniversary this October. What could be geekier than celebrating with the help of an open-source neural network? Neural networks are a type of machine learning program that learn by example, rather than by a human
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