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More Machine Learning Experiments
This time, I trained GPT-2 on Shakespeare’s sonnets. Some of the results are fairly convincing, though still strange, and the algorithm was obviously very confused by the punctuation, throwing colons and semi-colons around where it pleased. I love thee, and … Continue reading
Suppose you had a circle made of a hundred or so equidistant points on its circumference. If you drew straight lines connecting distant points on this circle (chords) in some systematic way, you’d produce a kind of spirograph. I don’t … Continue reading
A Chinese Room Writes a Sequel to Blindsight
For anyone who has read Blindsight (by Peter Watts), you’ll know that the concept of a Chinese Room plays a major part in the premise. For the sake of irony, I trained an AI I’ve been playing with to write … Continue reading
VisIT + SPH
A little while back, I worked with the VisIT team here at LLNL to create an operator for VisIT that will resample SPH particle data to a mesh for the purposes of visualization. I think the results are pretty nice!
Site back up
Some hackers installed malicious code on my site that caused Google to block it. While that’s under review, I’ve reinstalled WordPress from scratch.