Technology has shown the human race the courage to do powerful things, from deploying robots to Mars to re-launching the bus. We have even created artificial intelligence in the form of neural networks that could hire from the Great British Back Off to create their own scenes or analyze your industry. Janelle Shane, a blogger and research scientist at Optics, has conducted several enlightening experiments on the effectiveness of neural networks in creating his own designs and slogans, and recently tried it on Valentine’s Day Candy Love Heart. These hard, disc-shaped sherbet treats usually read phrases like “love bug” or “kiss me”, but Shane’s experiments received some unconventional advice.
In the first method Shane took a neural net without understanding English and showed it the candy message of 366 Love Heart, then asked them to imitate. The highlights of the results include “Stank Gain” and “2000 Hogs Have” which may raise some eyebrows if you start handing out candy. The second experiment took a different approach using the GPT-2 neural network, which scanned millions of web pages and already learned about English will follow.
“Remember that it wasn’t a specially trained neural net at Candy Heart,” Shane wrote on his blog. “All I was doing was screaming at someone, ‘Hot Stuff!’ Calm down friend! Love Bird! Call me Baby! Like! “It would be confusing to anyone, but really, it was still a bit weird from the neural net to respond by shouting,” Lubricant! “Did you have any idea what was going on? Probably not … even when I gave it a clue and prefaced its prompt with “These are some candy heart messages:” I still do not know what it is doing.”
Conscious or not, the results were something to look at again. Favorites included; my body is hot stuff; Free message from a crypt to see if you are sending me a friend; American Ocean Cabbage Delicious and on this note, can I provide you with a cookie?
In the third test, Shane thought he would use the neural network arm to create a heart of love from images. “The methods of generating custom images from details are always getting better. Can I use modern machine learning to create new candy hearts? “The answer is no,” Shane wrote on his blog.
After looking at several pictures of Love Heart, the neural network tried to churn out something of its own, and as a result, the products are at least as safe as not being hungry. Fresh Lucky Charms from Chernobyl combine box-like necrotic marshmallows, making candy-turned-tumors look as if they have a warning of heavy carcinogens. Therefore, what are you saying, Swiss Marlow Ltd.? Something I am sure will promote your next marketing campaign.