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big scary monsters
Sep 2, 2011

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check this out: fartificial intelligence :twisted:

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big scary monsters
Sep 2, 2011

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MononcQc posted:

Im interested in figuring out if AI trained on massive public data will reach a maxima when it is good enough to cover most unimpressive requirements such that massive proportions of the public corpus will be spammy cheap text it itself generated for shills and corporations making a quick buck or astroturfing poo poo, and it inevitably starts feeding back into itself.

The same is true of code and you can see that effect even on people where people adopt the local code style, but if the local code style is considered to be bad, then it acts as its own reinforcement and you make it ever harder to break out of it.

but given how much volume is needed to train AI, it feels like itd be much more sensitive to poisoning its own well.

i'm pretty sure this must already be happening. there's so much ai written stuff already out there, have you tried to find a written product review or read a news story from a smaller online outlet recently? maybe there are some safeguards in place to try to avoid the model eating its own poo poo, or you could try to only use published works, but it seems inevitable that you're going to end up training in part on your own or other ai's outputs

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