UHQBot Posted October 31, 2022 Share Posted October 31, 2022 Injecting fun and play into life at any opportunity is a crucial part of the creative spirit that defines humanity. As a species, we are capable of truly terrible and wonderful things. Our individual creations are wondrous and unique, and our combined efforts are categorically monumental in what we are able to achieve. In a world where great minds have learned to harness AI to be the even greater minds behind machine learning techniques to control nuclear fusion or give voices back to those who've lost them, it's nice to see we're still having fun with it all.Jimi Vaubien who runs the Bitswired blog and goes by Bitswired on Twitter is one such great mind, who recently posted an excellent Twitter thread showcasing some of the fun names researchers are giving their papers. They include plenty of puns and pop-culture references, as well as nods to famous bands and music over the time, but they're all still charmingly relevant to their studies.The first on the list is titled Who Let The Dogs Out? Modeling Dog Behavior From Visual Data. It combines visual data of dogs movements as well as the dogs own perspectives in machine learning. This gives more information on not only how the dog moves, but also how they act before making those movements. Your next machine(Image credit: Future)Best gaming PC: The top pre-built machines from the pros Best gaming laptop: Perfect notebooks for mobile gaming This covers more than just how the animal moves. Instead, it looks at how they plan their next steps, interpret visual data and obstacles, and then make choices. This could be helpful for training walking robots like the Boston Dynamics dogs who patrol Pompeii, or just give us way more realistic dog companions in games. Let's all take some time to thank ML researchers for the puns and funny sentences they use to entitle their papers.Here are some good ones you might not know.1/N#MachineLearning https://t.co/6iv74MbosgOctober 19, 2022See more The song puns don't stop there, as the generative adversarial network class of machine learning, better known as GAN lends itself to the cause. GAN's N Roses: Stable, Controllable, Diverse Image to Image Translation takes faces and maps them to different anime styles. The video looks a bit like a janky face rig, but when you consider it's being done by AI likely in real time, it's a pretty neat looking step in the Vtuber world. r_gans_n_roses_stable_controllable_diverse_image from r/MachineLearning We used Neural Networks to Detect Clickbaits: You won't believe what happened Next!, is another paper listed in the Twitter thread. We'll let you guess what that one's about.While AI development might be a little scary on several fronts, it's to know that the people training the AI brains are doing so with a sense of humour. Hopefully if AI ever does make the incredibly unlikely jump to sci-fi style domination, it'll have plenty of great one-liners to drop on us as it does so. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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