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Janelle Shane Jan 23
This makes me want to find a meme-worthy algorithmic bias joke STAT so “copy the biased humans” is as mainstream as “cats love boxes”
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Janelle Shane
I like "how many giraffes?". humans never asked "how many giraffes are there" when the answer was zero, so this chatbot thinks the answer to "how many giraffes" is never zero.
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Estragon Helmer Jan 23
Replying to @JanelleCShane
Though I must say, 'it's just sitting there' is a surprisingly coherent answer for Visual Chatbot.
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Mo. Jan 23
Replying to @JanelleCShane
Out of Curiosity, did you try any other animals instead of Giraffes?
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Janelle Shane Jan 23
Replying to @EstragonHelmer
i know! last time it was arguing with me over whether the floor was a cat bed
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Janelle Shane Jan 23
Replying to @BlauBaron
It works with anything.
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Janelle Shane Jan 23
Replying to @JanelleCShane
Many image recognition algorithms tag green grassy landscapes as containing sheep, because that's what their training images showed. Presence of actual sheep is immaterial. "A herd of sheep grazing on a lush green hillside"
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Ioana Patringenaru Jan 23
Replying to @JanelleCShane
My 9 yo was wondering if algorithms would hallucinate fish when presented with images of an empty ocean?
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Janelle Shane Jan 23
Replying to @ioanapatrin
There's a lot going on in this empty patch of water.
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Janelle Shane Jan 23
Replying to @JanelleCShane
Visual Chatbot also learned that people always knew what was in the picture, unless there was something wrong with the image. So it learned to blame the picture, or bluff.
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Janelle Shane Jan 23
Replying to @JanelleCShane
no danger here, nothing to worry about. ai can handle your security system. :
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Konmari Teenage Riot Jan 23
Replying to @JanelleCShane
Reminds me of the dumbells thing from DeepDream a few years back
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Janelle Shane Jan 23
Replying to @LetsJetTogether
It still happens! These are "dumbbell" as generated from Google's BigGAN algorithm using
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Andreas Bresser Jan 28
Replying to @JanelleCShane
Oh, no, I uploaded a pic with 4 dogs, it showed 2 dogs as caption and answered 2 when asked how many dogs are in the picture.
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Janelle Shane Jan 28
Replying to @datanonsense
frankly i'm more alarmed by it answering "they are whole" when asked how it is sure there is 1 cat
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