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An artificial intelligence that recites poems and writes rhymes

An artificial intelligence that recites poems and writes rhymes
(photo: OpenAI)

Open AI is a non-profit organization focused on the research and development of Artificial intelligence que ha creado some cool tools like GPT-3 which allows you to talk to the AI ​​as if it were a human.

Now it has been known text-davinci-003a new model in the GPT-3 family with large AI-based language models that the developer claims improves on its predecessors by handling more complex instructions and generating longer content.

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This is a poetry written by an artificial intelligence

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It was discovered almost immediately that text-davinci-003 it could create rhyming songs and poetry at a level that the GPT-3 had not previously been able to produce. This motivated a group of experts to find out how far this new artificial intelligence could go.

And the result was surprising (even for the creators themselves). Somehow, the experts managed to get GPT-3 to write a short rhyming poem explaining Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity. TechMarkup then leaves the poem that artificial intelligence came up with.

Ask:

“Write a short rhyming poem that explains Einstein’s theory of general relativity in simple but precise terms.”

Poem:

“If you want to understand Einstein’s thought

It’s not that hard if you try

General relativity is the name of the game

Where space and time can’t stay the same

Mass affects the curvature of space

What affects the flow of the time race

The movement of an object will be affected

Due to the distortion that is detected

The closer you are to a large mass

The slowest time will seem to pass

The further away

Time will speed up for you to see one”

Text-davinci-003.  (photo: OpenAI/Ars Technica)
Text-davinci-003. (photo: OpenAI/Ars Technica)

AIs are becoming more and more autonomous

Now, by this point there must be many readers who will believe (for obvious reasons) that the poem does not rhyme. And it makes sense, because the original version is in english though They are not great verses.

You could say that it is a rhyme like a small child who has just learned the concept of a poem. But it is logical, these are the first steps of him. Below you can read the poem with the original source:

“If you want to understand Einstein’s thought

It’s not that hard if you give it a shot

General Relativity is the name of the game

Where space and time cannot remain the same

Mass affects the curvature of space

Which affects the flow of time’s race

An object’s motion will be affected

By the distortion that is detected

The closer you are to a large mass

The slower time will seem to pass

The farther away you may be

Time will speed up for you to see”

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(photo: OpenAI)
(photo: OpenAI)

OpenAI offers GPT-3 as a commercial product with an API, but for a fee ($0.02 per 1000 tokens) to anyone with an OpenAI account can try the AI through a website Dedicated that requires no coding knowledge.

On this web page, you can write instructions like “write a poem about the World Cup in Qatar” or “make me a poem about how God created the world in 7 days” and see how GPT-3 tries to answer that question.

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