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Some Sadist Ran a Donald Trump Speech Through Google’s Neural Network

Artificially intelligent computers understand Donald Trump not unlike artificially intelligent humans. His speeches read as extended phrases of clarity interrupted by moments of utter horror. Just watch. Read More >>

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This Google Dream Bot-Inspired Artwork is Mind Blowing

Last summer, the internet was overrun with six-eyed dog faces, human legs that are actually slugs, and other images reminiscent of the day you ate magic mushrooms and feverishly explored your kitchen floor. In fact, these were the dreams of an AI developed by Google. And it was only a matter of time before the technology inspired new forms of art. Read More >>

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All the Questions About Artificial Neural Networks You Were Too Afraid to Ask

This year has seen artificial neural networks hit the big time, with Google’s Deep Dream program introducing millions of people to the concept for the very first time. But if you’re still not completely clear on, uh, how the hell they even work–fear not. Read More >>

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This Neural Network’s Hilariously Bad Image Descriptions are Still Advanced AI 

When will a neural network know who Donald Trump is? How long until one can come up with a joke on its own? How about recognise Yoda? Read More >>

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This Neural Network is Hilariously Bad at Describing Outer Space

Lion fish. Petri dish. Dough. According to one very befuddled artificial neural network, all of these things can be found in the short intro to Star Trek: The Next Generation. Read More >>

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Oh God, Someone Ran Fear and Loathing Through Google’s Neural Network

By now, the entire internet has realised that Deep Dream, Google’s artificial neural network, is capable of crafting some pretty trippy images. But what happens when you run a movie about acid trips through the acid trip generator? Fear and Loathing in your worst nightmares, that’s what. Read More >>