Deep dreamed tales: Long way under the sun

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Chapter #2
"Long way under the sun, the miserable and journeymen cry.
We sing, we bark, we greet the little agents, we sing, we curse, we say. We bark a hundred times every day, we say, we say. Endure it better to live by this day without it again."

This project continues my … (read more)

Chapter #2
"Long way under the sun, the miserable and journeymen cry.
We sing, we bark, we greet the little agents, we sing, we curse, we say. We bark a hundred times every day, we say, we say. Endure it better to live by this day without it again."

This project continues my co-creation experiments with AI algorithms. Earlier, the algorithm was just a tool in my hands that helped me to visualize an idea. This time, I gave the storytelling function to the GPT3 algorithm and have concentrated on visualizing the story it gave to me. Text is an equal part of the artwork in this project, so I'm trying to give it a decent place in the piece.

I love the loss of complete control over the result that generative art gives me. As in real life, we actually do not control everything that happens, although we may think so. All images in this series are united by a slight absurdity.

The process:
I fed the first phrase to the algorithm and made sure that the style of the result text looks like a story. Although at the first glance, the text generated by the algorithm seems to be an ordinary block of the text, the algorithm does not cope well with the integrity and logic of a whole story so far.


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Comments

David Clifford
2021/03/25

I like the process behind the creation of this piece.

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Bohdan Svyrydov
(creator)
2021/03/27

Yes, definitely! Like a time capsule.

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David Clifford
2021/03/25

So this series can almost be viewed as a marker in time?

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Bohdan Svyrydov
(creator)
2021/03/25

Thank you David! It's really interesting to watch how AI algorithms develop over the years. I decided to fix the state of GPT-3 algorithm at current moment in this series of works. It will be funny to look at this algorithmic language in a few years and laugh at how clumsy progress has been and where it will be in the future 😀

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