"The bleating was remarkable – loud and sharp, the practiced bleat of a person who knew how harsh real sheep can sound. The professor, flustered, stumbled back. Le Guin took that as her cue, grabbed my arm and said, ‘Let’s go.’"
I've been thinking about this essay for days. It is wonderful.
This little bot is modeled after Annalee Newitz's Robot, who wants people to be healthy and happy so they don't ever have to commit a manward of WWak.
What will the machines debate when the humans are gone? I fed 4,369 British Parliamentary style debate resolutions into #textgenrnn to generate new topics suitable for the post-human era.
This was such a lovely essay. https://granta.com/her-left-hand-the-darkness/
Palmer Webcam just zoomed in on this awesome ship!
"I thought my “fart burp yonder” language was really clever until I had to try to remember it myself. "
The littlest penguin at lower center: I was so worried for it an hour ago when it was an egg and all of the other babies were HUGE already.
Now I'm left wondering how that huge fluffball fit in an egg that was half its size.
If I've learned anything this year, it's that AI has no clue what it's doing.
Here are 10 of my favorite experiments from aiweirdness.com this year.
Boost please: This is a discord server for Mastodon queers that are alone tonight, we can make a nice party in there:
oh look look is that a fuzzy grey penguin chick??
I had so much fun writing a response essay to Annalee Newitz's adorable story "How Robot and Crow Saved East St. Louis"
Commemorate the long-extinct humans with a Flaming Thundersplont Box
I train neural networks to write humor at aiweirdness.com | Also a research scientist in optics. She/her
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