A data scientist tried to teach her AI to name colors by feeding it data on 7,700 Sherwin-Williams paint colors. What the AI came up with were names like “Burble Simp,” “Turdly,” “Stanky Bean”, and “Sindis Poop.” The data scientist’s two blog posts are worth a read for those interested in the methodology behind her teaching methods—as well as seeing what other color names the AI came up with (“Queen Slime” anyone?).MG
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