AI hallucination, Olivia Rodrigo tickets, better type, UI color ramps

AI hallucination, Olivia Rodrigo tickets, better type, UI color ramps

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“Over the past months, AI tool makers have been working hard to limit AI hallucinations. For large language models (such as ChatGPT), fighting hallucinations means making sure the chatbot won’t cite fake science publications or judicial decisions. For image generation, it means avoiding dreamlike and uncanny images. As we are putting more trust in these tools, this makes a lot of sense. Especially in a factual use: when writing an article or generating stock photography you would not want to let the AI wonder too much.

But in creative use, when the images and the words are meant to open up possibilities, when you are looking to produce something new, these tools feel less useful and harder to use. Did the poetry disappear with the hallucinations?”

The case for AI hallucination By Louis Charron

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