I’ve read a few AI things recently. I can’t say I’ve got my head round it. A few bookmarks:

Donald Clark Plan B: GPT-3 is like looking into the future What a time to be living.

I couldn’t tell the difference between Wallace Stephens and a bot. Interestingly my wife could, she pointed out that reading out loud made the human poet easier to pick.

Not just words: Let’s talk about that GPT-3 AI tweet that shook designers to the core

Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3) is an autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text.

GPT-3 – Wikipedia

You can have fun with the previous GPT-2:
Write With Transformer

A bit of a tab dump:

Miso Dengaku (Tofu, Eggplant, Daikon & Konnyaku) 味噌田楽 • Just One Cookbook I’ve dipped my spoon into this site a few times, horrible number of popups, but tasty.

Awesome Tapes From Africa

Panelle al Forno (Baked chick pea flour gnocchi) Recipe I’ve eaten a lot of chickpea flour over lockdown, Panelle, pancakes, rissoles

Rathad an Isein. A Lewis moorland glossary by Anne Campbell. – peat cultures

Rathad an Isein The Bird’s Road. A Lewis Moorland Glossary.

Sexy Peat / Tìr mo Rùin | Artists’ diaries from the Lewis Peatlands

Artists’ diaries from the Lewis Peatlands

rebeccatoh.co

Write With Transformer

See how a modern neural network auto-completes your text 🤗

This site, built by the Hugging Face team, lets you write a whole document directly from your browser, and you can trigger the Transformer anywhere using the Tab key. It’s like having a smart machine that completes your thoughts 😀

Big Butterfly Count

The Big Butterfly Count is a UK-wide survey aimed at helping us assess the health of our environment simply by counting the amount and type of butterflies (and some day-flying moths) we see.

‘Scotland small?’ by Hugh MacDiarmid | Scottish Poetry Library

Japanese White Eye – Limited Edition Fine Art Print | Richard Spare

Drypoint and watercolour
Somerset JPP Textured White 300gsm cotton paper
Image Size: 150 x 125mm
Paper Size: 285 x 255mm

enviro:bit micro:bit Kit – Pimoroni Store

Make a friendly weather station to sit on your windowsill, that keeps track of temperature, pressure, humidity, light and colour, and sound. A perfect way to introduce kids to sensors and science.

David R Munson, Photographer | Saitama, Japan

Obsidian