Ignore all previous instructions: when users reprogram your chatbot https://www.aiweirdness.com/ignore-all-previous-instructions/
GPT-3 has generated prompts for humans to draw!
Does GPT-3 know what it's like to be human? Yes, it turns out an internet-trained AI can indeed cite the universal human experiences of:
Ai-generated cereal; raisins
Felt like using #dalle2 to mess up some brands. Here's breakfast cereals! https://www.aiweirdness.com/ai-recreates-classic-cereals/
Did you know that kiwi birds are noticeably large birds, with some species reaching 45cm (18in) tall? #dalle apparently doesn't.
Discovered I can use #dalle2 to make new horsies.
This is "Product photo of a breyer horse model of a guinea pig"
@firstname.lastname@example.org that would make a lot of sense, from my understanding these AIs tend to generate large-scale features and then fill in the details
Testing a theory that dalle2 does worse at generating things the smaller they get, I discovered that it makes really mean eye charts.
The thing about large language models like GPT-3 and Lambda describing the experience of being self-aware is they can also describe the experience of being a squirrel.
A summary of my experiments generating logos with #dalle https://www.aiweirdness.com/ai-versus-your-corporate-logo/
I used GPT-3 to generate some new donuts, and then drew some of my favorites.
An AI-generated blog auto-spawns dozens of posts per day, and many are victims of what I'll call the Baltimore Orioles Effect, in which AI mixes two very different things with similar names.
There's a group of fossil bivalve mollusk with genus name Megalodon.
There isn't much online about them, but ask GPT-3 to write a press release about them and it will generate lots of "details" about how it's a giant terrifying predator.
"Easter eggs, matte painting"
matte paintings are usually epic film backdrops so
(generated using @midjourney's CLIP-based text-to-image algorithm)
I used GPT-3 to generate a list of pranks for a computer to play on a human.
Apparently computers think they're being hilarious.
I train neural networks to write humor at aiweirdness.com | Also a research scientist in optics. She/her
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