Do you remember playing a game called “telephone” (or “Chinese Whispers”) as a kid? The game is simple: The first player comes up with a short sentence like “Alice and Bob walked to the bakery”. They then whisper this sentence to the second player, who then whispers to the third player etc. The fun part… Continue reading A game of (AI) telephone
Progress is slow for my various hobby efforts to generate images, create lyrics or even detect my dog in an image, but I do still experiment a little bit when I have the time for it. Today, I ran through the image captioning tutorial from Tensorflow, because why not. I trained it on a reduced… Continue reading Image captioning model
Generating song lyrics using neural networks… that sounds cool! Those were my thoughts on an evening in the recent past, so I started experimenting with the idea. I decided to name the neural network that came out of this project Gene Lyrica One, a very AI-sounding name (it is “the year of AI” after all).… Continue reading Hello World is a Dream
One of the great things about the Internet is that people create all sorts of silly, but interesting, stuff. I was recently fascinated by a deep learning project where an app can classify images as “hotdog” or “not hotdog”. The project was itself inspired by a fictional app that appears in HBO’s show Silicon Valley,… Continue reading Is it Mila?