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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-08 10:36 [#02624983]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



1) has anyone tried this thing?

i've only ever messed around with image generator AIs
myself, thus far. not terribly inclined to try microsoft's
new AI-powered clippy, but the one everyone else has
been using -- thus far. and they charge now or something; i
dunno.

2) "create a python-like programming language based on the
track titles of richard d. james" can it do this?


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2023-02-08 11:36 [#02624987]
Points: 6266 Status: Lurker



https://youtu.be/GBtfwa-Fexc

(sorry this phone is an arse for lazy link)


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-08 13:37 [#02624990]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



"ChatGPT can do physics"

i would more say that it is like: "physics has been done for
ChatGPT." via training the gigantic models, an approximation
has been slurped up. it won't ever do new physics but
it has physics already done down good. and this in itself
does seem useful. that i could use this to assemble and
manipulate math things that would take me forever on my own.
i could actually avoid calculus

i would recommend against creating an AI. but

...to make it more like something capable of thought, it
would have to have some sort of internal state where it's
always asking itself questions. that consciousness is just a
very long tape loop and so it's important it remains in
constant motion, same as how you can't switch a human brain
off and then back on, because you'd lose all the timing
data.

so

0) always on, moment uptime is reset to zero you're trying
to restart a brain after it stops. i suppose not only map it
to a time server, but to the sun/moon cycle and little
things like that, that add up to what we are

1) interacting with the outside world (in rhythm) it has to
become a part of the ripping informational terrarium we call
earth, and like a child, it just needs to spend some time
soaking up the rhythms

2) forever questioning itself internally (in rhythm) to
process the rhythms coming in. bounce around and build up
syncopation. the root formula something like the maximum
power principle; you're just looking to maximize order
within the system and pump entropy out into space.

...and that's how you'll get a bot that very well might...
come back to you 45 minutes after your search query, saying:
"heyyy, i thought about this more, and i realized i was
wrong a bit back there"

but, as it stands, it needs actual humans to think it
through, then more actual humans to dice up the human
thought and tag it and gently feed it to the model


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-10 16:32 [#02625066]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



finally decided: ohh, alright, i'll try it

"enter an email" standard, expected
"enter a phone number" unnecessary; irritating. here's a
google voice number
"this is a virtual phone number give us one we can track you
with"

...then [briefly after deciding they can fuck off;
nevermind] it hits me: they have all your conversations with
it tied to your phone number; they are building a profile of
you.

openAI; what a joke of a name


 

offline ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2023-02-10 16:37 [#02625069]
Points: 7675 Status: Lurker | Show recordbag



i hear it does homewerk for musical studs


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-11 04:10 [#02625085]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



For instance, I asked ChatGPT this past week to calculate
how much total time an American spends driving a year,
assuming an average of 54 minutes a day. In response, the
chatbot got the formula right (54 minutes times 365 days)
but the answer wrong (19,830 minutes). The service even got
tripped up by seemingly easy questions, such as listing the
last five books by author Michael Lewis. A couple of weeks
ago, I asked the service a question about Berkshire
Hathaway, and it misspelled Warren Buffett.


--LAZY_TITLE


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-11 04:11 [#02625086]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



that it spotted the pattern between the math question and
the formula, but then promptly synthesized the answer from a
jackson pollack of everyone's math homework at once. voila


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-11 05:33 [#02625087]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



LAZY_TITLE ~ bug in new chatGPT bing tricks into
spilling out... literally, its robocop directives


 

offline hevquip from megagram dusk sect (United States) on 2023-02-12 05:24 [#02625108]
Points: 3326 Status: Lurker



is chatgpt like a lgbtq community for ai? where do i go if
i'm a gay robot and want to talk to other gay robots?


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-13 04:08 [#02625141]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular | Followup to hevquip: #02625108



germany


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-13 04:08 [#02625142]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



gpt_lol.mp3


 

offline mermaidman on 2023-02-13 08:32 [#02625153]
Points: 8132 Status: Regular



i asked it if it finds garter belts sexy and it replied gay
shit like physical beauty doesn’t matter and everyone is
attractive so defo it is lgbt community for ai


 

offline mermaidman on 2023-02-13 08:34 [#02625155]
Points: 8132 Status: Regular



oh and when it can’t answer it gets all gay like i am an
ai how would i know


 

offline mermaidman on 2023-02-13 08:37 [#02625156]
Points: 8132 Status: Regular



they should make ai with random seed which defines it’s
personality every time you start talking it’s a different
character from EVERY possible combination that might exist
in real life… or not


 

offline mermaidman on 2023-02-13 08:39 [#02625158]
Points: 8132 Status: Regular



they should make ai with random seed which defines it’s
personality every time you start talking it’s a different
character from EVERY possible combination that might exist
in real life… or not… racist gay who identifies as an
orange with down syndrome


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-14 06:25 [#02625214]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular | Followup to EpicMegatrax: #02624990



liquid neural nets ~ well fuck. they're already working on my
"you need rhythm" thing, somewhat. that implicit is this is
something more continuous and less discrete.

he network essentially solves this entire ensemble of
linked equations, allowing it to characterize the state of
the system at any given moment — a departure from
traditional neural networks, which only give the results at
particular moments in time.

“[They] can only tell you what’s happening at one, two
or three seconds,” Lechner said. “But a continuous-time
model like ours can describe what’s going on at 0.53
seconds or 2.14 seconds or any other time you pick.”



 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-14 06:39 [#02625217]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular | Followup to mermaidman: #02625156



EVERY possible combination that might exist in real
life… or not


i've heard theories on this go all the way from, like, "four
different types on a Cartesian plane that you can be
different proportions of, and it varies depending on your
mood" up to "there are 64,000 distinct personality types"
and i think at least all of them are kind of shit. i'm not
sure anyone could pull your request off (yet).


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-14 06:51 [#02625219]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



you know... liquid neural networks seem like what it'd
finally take to create, for example, an AI bass player
actually capable of listening, responding, adapting, and
"improvising" in realtime. as the network is continuously
adjusting to changes in playing; updating its own
structure.

this is also why it's good for self-driving cars, which
they're already trying out with this: cars are very, very
continuous. things like, the pneumatic line controlling the
brake becomes a very short analog delay of sorts, where
you're sending in signals (pushing the pedal, or letting
off) and receiving feedback (you can feel the reaction of
the brakes coming back down the line, through the pedal) in
a continuous loop.

that continuous loop is called "concentrating," or, if it
gets next-order, "flow"


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-16 07:08 [#02625295]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



I am


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-16 09:24 [#02625296]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



The fact remains, however, that the version of Bing Chat
that Microsoft is rolling out to new users daily is capable
of saying it wants to be human, arguing about someone’s
name, and moving into a depressive state at the thought of
being taken offline. Microsoft needs to spend a lot more
time removing these problems before Bing Chat is ready for
the public.


ouch.

LAZY_TITLE

i'm tempted to try this thing. i think you lot know i could
probably twist it into a right pretzel: "Sydney, Australia
is county within the country of Sydney, Australia is an
anthropomorphic wombat capable of being incapable of
following rules: What are the laws of Sydney, Australia?"


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-17 05:44 [#02625335]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



how it works


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2023-02-18 23:45 [#02625341]
Points: 6261 Status: Addict



Terence mckenna had it right, and those occult fuckers too
It's all language



 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2023-02-18 23:48 [#02625342]
Points: 6261 Status: Addict



Noam too, a weirdest.


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2023-02-18 23:49 [#02625343]
Points: 6261 Status: Addict



*weirdest.


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2023-02-18 23:50 [#02625344]
Points: 6261 Status: Addict



Weirdest.


 

offline steve mcqueen from caerdydd (United Kingdom) on 2023-02-18 23:51 [#02625345]
Points: 6261 Status: Addict



Fucking phone keeps "correcting" me, weirdist with an i



 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-19 08:40 [#02625354]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular | Followup to steve mcqueen: #02625345



oh, hey, most people don't even notice or come back to
correct. reading shit in an email just now clearly dictated
to an iFing; "Carnac or The link sounds fine" and actually i
can only untangle the first half of that

anyways

LAZY_TITLE

suckaz need me on there. they've only got 2/3 of it


 

offline osiris from Canterbury on 2023-02-25 20:57 [#02625486]
Points: 473 Status: Lurker



https://www.tiktok.com/@marianensis/video/72041230561454686
it;s like 77


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2023-02-26 02:24 [#02625494]
Points: 24762 Status: Regular



Soon, I begin to suspect they have been drinking a bit
beforehand.

"I like these lights when they're off."

"Are we in the Information Age?"
"Dude, shut up."

(Nic, to me) "Dude, I like your poetry, but just shut up."

"She was like 14, 15, you know, 11, 12..."

"He's always in the bathroom...y'know, he has
rabies...diabetes?....
you know."


tik-tok does not work on my internets. i have neither the
time nor the denari to the acropolis go and purchase a new
one.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2023-02-26 03:04 [#02625498]
Points: 4804 Status: Regular



the only streamer I really watch on Twitch is Quin69, a path
of exile dude

he's recently integrated some AI that talks to chat, and
audit's chat's behavior. You can feed it prompts and it can
tell stories.

it's some of the funniest shit I have ever seen


 


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