I trained a neural network on a list of deleted Wikipedia titles. Not sure who is weirder this time, neural net or humans. http://aiweirdness.com/post/169309161212/wikipedia-articles-invented-by-a-neural-network
@janellecshane damn, why won't space though 🤔
that very last one's gonna be a pretty long page
I don't make beer
I DRINK it on rare occasion, but I don't MAKE it in any useful sense
@janellecshane I want to know more about monster diseases.
I think I'm coming down with beholder pox
@janellecshane As the Grand First Minister of Tire Bear, I am appalled that our proud sovereign nation is excluded from Wikipedia.
@janellecshane tag yourself, I'm liquid cheese
@janellecshane "Why Won't Space" kills me XD
"Lists of bands with pies on them"
Someone needs to create the Turdis programming language so that there will eventually be a Wikipedia page about it.
@janellecshane This is great! It's also great that my Mastodon feed and JWZ's blog are beginning to converge: https://www.jwz.org/blog/2018/01/wikipedia-articles-invented-by-a-neural-network/
@janellecshane >list of the hamburgers
J E J
@janellecshane Halfway through the list I realized that I had forgotten they weren't real titles.
@janellecshane Also, the fact that doing character-level training created the word "poople" twice is, like, my _very_ favourite fact.
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