In my previous post, I shared jokes told by ChatGPT and Bing AI Chat using the traditional opening line “Three xxx walk into a bar…” where xxx was Chatbots. I had also applied to try out Google Bard, but hadn’t been given access at the time of writing. Google Bard as imagined via Midjourney I…… Continue reading You can’t come in: Ya Bard!
This is pretty much the image I see inside my head when I listen to Grieg’s In the Hall of the Mountain King. In the Hall of the Mountain King as imagined in Midjourney Credits: Audio via via https://www.yourclassical.org/episode/2017/02/02/daily-download-edvard-grieg–peer-gynt-in-the-hall-of-the-mountain-king
Can Chatbots tell jokes?
I asked two of them (ChatGPT and Bing) to tell me a joke that begins: “Three chatbots walk into a bar…”
Exploring metaphors for each of the different versions of GPT, and Bing AI
The following blog post has been drafted by Bing AI Chat, based on LERF: Language Embedded Radiance Fields. I am including it on my blog as a memory-jogger to what looks like a really exciting development, and as an example of an AI drafted blog post.
I am trying to get back into blogging regularly, and I thought it’d be interesting to look back at some of the stuff wot I wrote previously. My interests have changed over the years, but – I presume – my writing style hasn’t changed all that much. As I’m attempting to learn about artificial intelligence,…… Continue reading Comments on writing style by Bing AI Chat
In this post, I learn (again) the importance of asking a question in the right way