Apparently, an ode to defunct Swiss chemical company Alusuisse.
The fine rhyming work of @mark_riedl's Weird A.I. program
Rhyming is super hard, especially in English where threw rhymes with through but not dough, and the emphasis patterns are all over the place.
There's lots of AI poetry but there's a reason it doesn't tend to rhyme
[email protected]_riedl's algorithm has a part that chooses rhyming words, scoring them according to their similarity to the song's theme.
Here, "Uzbekistan" was the closest rhyme it could think of for "saucepan" given cakes as a topic.
Good job, AI
There's a subalgorithm that has to come up with lines of a given number of syllables.
Occasionally it gives up and returns a line that's way too short. Another subalgorithm chooses from several candidate lines & often prefers the short lines.
So you get
The subalgorithm that has to generate the rhyming lines often gets desperate, especially when the subalgorithm that chose the rhyme handed it something like "welp" or "alusuisse".
It will sometimes resort to making up words entirely
Artificial Inteligence = 🖥️ + 🧠
When can you expect your fridge & mobile phone to revolt against you? (Spoiler Alert: Not in the foreseeable future).
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1. The Language
In order to understand Artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, we need to start at the very basics.
Humans speak and understand a wide variety of 'natural' languages (this is what computer science community calls them): like English, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil etc.
But have you seen a peculiarity of human languages? They do not have a precise meaning associated with a given sentence. On an average, every English word has 2 meanings. This makes human conversations confusing, with the need for multiple turns & clarifications. Example 👇:
Person 1 conversing with Person 2 face to face:
Person 1: Lets go watch The Dark Knight. Its our marriage anniversary!
Person 2: I dont like going out at night. Its too scary & depressing.
Person 1: Oh, what i meant was watching the movie "The dark Knight".
A complete guide to studying ML from youtube: 13 best and most recent ML courses available on YouTube. 👩🏫🧵⤵️
We will start with "Stanford CS229: Machine Learning" by Andrew Ng to start and learn the following ML concepts:
Linear & Logistic Regression,
Naive Bayes, SVMs, Kernels
Decision Trees, Introduction to Neural Networks
A series of mini-lectures (~5 mins) covering various introductory topics in ML by Cassie Kozyrkov, covering:
Explainability in AI, Precession vs. Recall, Statistical Significance, Clustering and K-means, and finally, Ensemble models.
Beyond an AI genius, Andrej Karpathy is a brilliant teacher. His creative teaching methods make this intro to Neural Networks (NN): Zero to Hero makes one of the best ways to get introduced to NN.
"MIT: Deep Learning for Art, Aesthetics, and Creativity " covers the application of deep learning for art, aesthetics, and creativity, including Neural Abstractions, Efficient GANs, and explorations in AI for Creativity.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed a working prototype of humanoid robot at Tesla AI day 2022https://t.co/bzseqL50Le pic.twitter.com/D6lfwFQrkz— The Verge (@verge) October 1, 2022
Stable Diffusion VR— ScottieFox (@ScottieFoxTTV) October 11, 2022
Real-time immersive latent space. \U0001f525
Small clips are sent from the engine to be diffused. Once ready, they're queued back into the projection.
Tools used:https://t.co/UrbdGfvdRd https://t.co/DnWVFZdppT#aiart #vr #stablediffusionart #touchdesigner #deforum pic.twitter.com/x3QwQDkapT
Everything is changing.— Sergei Galkin (@sergeyglkn) October 12, 2022
Playing with combinations of #AI and #AR again. This time I am using the Target tracker in SparkAR, Stable Diffusion for generating images and Frame Interpolation ML for making animation. pic.twitter.com/XwaMM4V11T
to Reality Augmented
1/6— Sergei Galkin (@sergeyglkn) November 1, 2022
How I transferred a physical toy to the digital world in one hour with AI
-> LumaAI (3D scan)
-> Cinema4D (editing)
-> Mixamo (rigging and animation)
-> MetaSparkStudio (AR) pic.twitter.com/zChf6FRaqE
Here are 7 mind-blowing websites to save you countless hours ( I bet ) ↓
Build your second brain.
Simply type “/ai“, select a command, and hit enter.
Work faster and smarter across any project using Taskade AI, and it is completely free!
A chatGPT-like chatbot that integrates with Google Search to create content with the latest information.
Additionally, it can create digital images and respond to voice commands.
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4. Notion AI
Leverage the limitless power of AI in any Notion page.
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