machine learning has the potential to usher in a new era of misinformation, one in which there are a myriad plausible answers to each question and no reliable way to know which one is the true one.
it's also pretty damn funny tbh
i was trying to bait it into generating terfy text but instead it generated the back cover quotes for it and i can't stop laughing @OCRbot
@OCRbot addendum: this is also useful for generating contrapoints-quality discourse
neural networks do their best to answer your nonsensical questions in earnest and they're adorable @OCRbot
janet: "michael, good news! i was able to obtain the side lane ramp you asked me for"
michael: sighs "is it actually a roundabout?"
"i don't understand"
"i want to see the side lane ramp for my highway. is that what you have, or do you have a roundabout?"
"i have the side lane ramp."
"you sure? you have the side lane ramp, and not a roundabout?"
"that is correct. i have the side lane ramp, i do not have a roundabout"
"excellent! show it to me!"
bling! "here you go!"
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