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A bit like dril I guess

With cyberbullying.

Recent subject: remembering st patricks day

@OCRbot

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Brief overview of what the Talmud is. Eh, look it up

The important thing is that you normally study by reading the most recent commentary and drilling down. That means Talmudic law has more to do with the actual practice of Judaism than the original Torah

But never mind, the really important thing is that Talmuds have particular typesetting requirements

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Here's Seth Alter, recently released card game Hexadecimate where you play milennial witches defending against alt rightists

"How to procedurally generate the Talmud"
It's for an upcoming project that has a book that looks and feels Talmudic.

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Anyway here's Julian Jarboe, "Do androids log on and yell about electric sheeple?"

Julian's not a scientist who happens to work with a lot of AI people

The biggest supporters of legal personhood for AIs will be megacorps because it lets them evade liability

People who want you to know they work in AI are douchebags

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All her Instagram posts used to make up the image of an endangered river

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Relates to the graphic design exercise of cutting a shape in paper and using it to frame your view of the world

The algorithm does this. It thinks the red boxes have letters in them

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Featured presenter Kara Bressler

Creating an algorithm to find letters in satellite imagery and make fonts from them. Results attached, I can't read them so well myself

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It turns out wine reviews are a good corpus for this because they're a couple sentences that are similar

And then did it with GPT-2 and deleted the parts that weren't limericks

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Michael extracts meter and rhyme from texts like the script to Pokemon Red to find poetry in arbitrary places. Originally meant for limericks which turned out to be really hard but check out these from dril

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There's a thing where he messed around with the GPT2 model from OpenAI

There's too much to write it up on my phone, I'll get it later

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Here's a new thing where instead of picking words from a menu you have to play notes on a keyboard to steer a pointer to the word you want. Inspired by Dasher, but on the word level and not just letters, so it's called Dancer

He got the word "baby" after like four tries

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Jamie performed this song written by the default model of the Google English keyboard

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Jamie Brew of Botnik Studios

Botnik is an AI company. It makes machines that write the way humans to. Every word should be a struggle

English is already incredibly frustrating

The rest of the narration didn't make a lot of sense but at one point Jamie referred to JennChat as Botnik's main competitor and Jenn said "you're going down, bro!"

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Emoji are like words. When glitch autocommits your project, it names that with a couple emoji and those need to be friendly. She removed the knife emoji recently. That's the friendly-emoji package

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