Composer Philippe Treuille arranged the neural network's carol for four voices and piano!
Oh please somebody record this.
@janellecshane Also can I just say that I'm really proud of the reindeer I drew for this?
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I trained a neural network to generate Christmas and it understandably got a bit confused.
I am really looking forward to this week's neural net experiment, which I'll be posting around 9PM EST today - Christmas carols!
The neural net got delightfully confused.
Does anyone want to hear a neural network's attempt to imitate psalms, set to a 4-part harmony version of the Tetris theme and sung by a choir?
Lyrics, music, and an explanation of sorts:
Direct link to the form, in case you don't have a Ravelry login: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfvcSQFVaaFbsGJ-8q2oOL5KjZG2-_dnKpq44tqREM4lGlTAQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Anyone want to watch a neural network fall flat on its face trying to make knitting patterns?
I just started a new project crowdsourcing knitting patterns. Once I have enough, I'll train a neural net and post the results to a Ravelry thread, asking for opinions on the neural net's progress.
More, and a link to the form, here:
experimenting with sequence-to-sequence lstm, attempting to learn cmudict transcriptions from orthography. if you stop at ~0.50 loss it thinks "ballet" is pronounced like "albert" https://mastodon.social/media/zixPHlE6F1Lax_OS-hs (this is also only using the first 10k entries from the dictionary)
I trained a neural network on 14,000 bird names and now have some new species to add to your life list. Seen a Perplexaquail-Dove yet?
Here's what they did with it (Birblink) https://twitter.com/botnikstudios/status/940627812259696643
There are separate dialog and narration keyboards to play with:
Another AI collaboration toy, this time a predictive text keyboard trained on Harry Potter.
" Mr. and Mrs. Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud to say that they were perfectly "
Suggestions: Well, true, great, Voldemort
I generated the 1st sentence. Neural net generated the 2nd. Neural net is not messing around.
Once upon a time, there was a dragon who lived in the Vastlands. And there was a man in its hands, a monster of a monster.
@breadtab Also I would love to hear more about The Stone Star. Has it changed a ton over those 50+ iterations? Does it still involve a supernova?
Here's a fun web app that lets you collaborate sentence-by-sentence with a neural net.
I train neural networks to write humor at aiweirdness.com | Also a research scientist in optics. She/her
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