A Random Poem Generated, read, and Animated by Artificial Intelligence
This is the most exciting poetry that has never been written by a human’s mind. This is where the creativity of AI stands today as we code, recode and applaud its outcome.
The following poem has been generated using OpenAI’s GPT-3 that I have discussed in previous posts. The poem has then been read by a Text-to-Speach (TTS) code that is nothing new. The most exciting part is the animation that abstracts the random poem, line-by-line, concept by concept and paints it into a surreal abstract animation using the CLIPS technology availed also by OpenAI. In addition to what you might have seen in earlier posts and videos, I am now adding subtitles!
Without any further due, the RANDOM POEM:
This random poem could have been another totally different one depending on the seed or the first few words that I input into GPT-3.
Furthermore, the visualization or animation could have also been completely different depending on the seeding image.
Who wrote the poem then?
A random intelligence or a collective one?
Assuming that GPT-3 is trained on our collective contribution to humanity represented as text, then the authors of this animated poetry are all of us.
My next story will be about the little prince and 4D printed sheep!