neural networks do their best to answer your nonsensical questions in earnest and they're adorable @OCRbot

@strnom @OCRbot wait, wait wait, where are these from? How can I ask my own questions?? 😃

@rugk these are just screenshots from talktotransformer.com because i can't be arsed to figure out how pytorch-transformers works

@strnom @OCRbot okay, wow, this is really hilarious and even very philosophical view on comments!

I totally agree, to you AI. (I guess by what they write, everyone can agree. You'll always find something in there.)

(and Java bashing is obligatory, I know AI, I can understand that.)

@rugk "i don't see the need to keep the javascript in production, just the markup" interesting take but i'm buying it

@strnom yeah, wow, even philosophical/political takes are great here. Only a little contradictory 😜 (just when you claim the one thing is a big problem in one sentence and decline this thing exists in the next lol)

@rugk yeah, it can kind of sort of keep track of the overall topic it's talking about, and sometimes even of what its own take on it is, but it tends to lose track of "muddier" details such as whether it's speaking in a formal tone or not. it can, say, slide from academic to trumpspeech and back over the course of a few sentences

@rugk oh yeah! it likes to hallucinate links to things. for example, if it's talking about some facebook group, it will often add a link to facebook.com/plausible-url-for-said-group/

@strnom wow, and it has a really good sense of #mastodon! Really nailed it.

Just a little biased on music… I dunno… but well… we're also an awesome platform for music. 😆

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@strnom @OCRbot wow and it is lyrical, it can do poems…

(okay in the first try it talked about capital and somewhat anarchistic things, which did not fit the saying there…· but then this get out)

And I have to say, it's not bad. That poem.

@strnom @OCRbot hah, damm, I thought I could mislead it, …, but I got a sweet story instead. Not bad. 😆

@rugk me, an intellectual: "i bet many of you have never heard of checks topic bunnies"

@strnom 🤣 Yay. But only if you know _nothing_ about animal welfare. If you know something about it, you may have heard something 😜

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This isn't even the full sized gpt-2 set. No wonder they have "banned" it for now
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@rugk @simon they deemed it too powerful to be released in the age of fake news iirc

@strnom @simon lol, rly? In the age of deep fakes etc.

I doubt a text can be as powerful as a faked video etc. 🤔

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@rugk @simon the Leave.EU campaign created thousands of variations of a few memes, most of them catered to a single person at a time, who happened to live in a relevant constituency and were deemed influentiable enough on the brexit issue. they did this by hand, by looking at their facebook posts and likes and making educated guesses on the arguments that would sway them.

now imagine what they could do if they could straight up feed your facebook posts to a computer program, and it returned an incredibly persuasive, customised argument/meme/whatever on why you specifically should vote leave

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