From artist Tim West’s comments about the featured image:
“A more literal interpretation of the application of AI is how it can be added to a huge variety of different fields including education, material design, and gaming. [In this image], the application of AI is represented by a ‘wrapper’ which is applied to a series of stylized icons. The icons illustrate the wide range of applications for the technology while the wrap effect roots the concept in a tangible reality.”
I have some other impressions looking at the image up close and personal.
The AI content generators demonstrated in this episode of TheChocolateLifeLIVE will be chatGPT and Dall-E from (the now not-so open) firm OpenAI.
During the course of the livestream I am going to be engaging in a series of chats with chatGPT, asking it questions about cacao and chocolate and having it asking questions of me that I will answer and chatGPT will give me its assessment of my answer – right or wrong, and why it “thinks” I am either right or wrong. People participating live can, of course, ask me to pose questions of their own to chatGPT.
I also plan to ask chatGPT to compose some chocolate haiku, write a Shakespearean-style sonnets on chocolate, and suggest lyrics for a hip-hop song.
The point of the exercise is to understand the possible uses of AI language generators and the limitations of chatGPT (specifically) when it comes to generating content that can be trusted to be accurate. AND we will see if chatGPT offers up any new facts in the process – and/or surprise us with some insights.
AI in Food Development Update
There is a new generative AI chatbot service in development that is just entering alpha release to early adopters, TasteGPT.
From the TasteGPT website:
TasteGPT, [our] new generative AI chatbot, allows teams across food & beverage organizations to the insights they need, when they need them — making decisions and innovation faster than ever. Use it as your personal insights sous chefs, and get answers to business critical questions in seconds. Find trending flavors, explore untapped opportunities, and export ready-to-ship reports using conversational AI.
I got myself on the waiting list. If a spot opens up before Tuesday I will preview it in this livestream. I am planning to offer up an in-depth review in a future episode once I have a chance to put it through its paces.
Image Galleries: Images Generated by an AI
I asked ChatGPT(3 – version 4 is about to be releaased), to “Write a poem about chocolate in the style a Raymond Chandler thriller.” Here is the result. Let me know what you think in the comments:
She walked into my office,
A dame with a sultry look,
And a box of chocolates,
That she couldn't help but took.
She said her husband was missing,
And she didn't know where he'd gone,
But she had a feeling,
That something was definitely wrong.
I offered her a chocolate,
And she took one with a grin,
As she told me about her husband,
And the trouble she was in.
I bit into the chocolate,
And let the flavors swirl,
As I listened to her story,
And watched her lashes curl.
Dark and rich, with a hint of spice,
The chocolate was just the right vice,
To help me think and solve the case,
And put the bad guys in their place.
So we hit the streets together,
With a box of chocolates as our guide,
And we found her missing husband,
In a place where he could no longer hide.
The case was closed, the day was won,
And the chocolate had done its job,
For it was the sweetest victory,
That I had ever known on this mob.
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