What happens when you input "The number 0/zero" etc.?
I started by replicating my experiments using "The number [digit]" from 0-10 and including 100. Interestingly, DALL-E is 100% accurate until 100, when it throws in an extra zero on one of the images.
What happens if we start doing less common two-digit numbers, like 41, 66, and 87?
DALL-E seems to like duplicating individual digits. I'd guess that this is because all numbers from 60-69 contain at least one 6, so it's weighted heavily toward having any given digit in images containing "the number [6X]" be a 6.
What if we generate a few more non-duplicate doubl... (read more)
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Request: "The answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything"
I don't think there's much I can do; I'm sort of planning to get into alignment research someday but that will take a long time since I'm not already a math/compsci PhD, plus I have many other issues with my life that need sorting out. The "delay by way of outreach/advocacy" discourse is interesting and I may or may not be able to do some theorycrafting about those topics, since I sometimes theorycraft about politics for fun.
Request: "Screenshot from the anime adaptation of James Joyce's novel Finnegans Wake"
Jeez, these last few days have not been kind to my p(doom), as people call it here. "April is the cruellest month", indeed. (That being said, beware of the bandwagon effect, don't update just because you read that I updated)
At least to my mind, other phrases of the form "Dying with X" also make it sound like you've just plain given up on "not dying" except that you're still going through the motions for some reason. (Of course I'm not arguing that that's what you're actually doing, only that that's what the optics are)
(Sorry if feedback from rando is unwanted)
I'm not the OP but I'd say read up on the methods of history's most successful rabble-rousers, and look for data/ethnographies/whatever about the demographics you're targeting so you can get an idea of what they're like. Also read up on the "art of strategy" in general. Then again, I'm not sure there's much in this sphere that you can actually do without A: devoting your entire life to it and B: doing things that both you and society at large would consider objectionable.
Are there any efforts underway to move the content from Arbital to some platform that's, frankly, less buggy, unfinished, and inconvenient to use? Seems to me like a worthwhile thing to do if one wants people to actually read it, see Beware Trivial Inconveniences.
(Apologies if the above comes across as more caustic than it was meant to be, I'm still feeling my way around LessWrong's communication norms)
"Fractional breaks" or "proportional breaks", perhaps?