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This new AI platform for generating text, and apparently, code, web sites, and other stuff, has been getting a lot of attention and I have to say, I'm usually underwhelmed by this stuff but the demos and examples I've seen are pretty spooky I have to say. I bet there are people on here who know about this and are using it and I'd like to hear about it. A friend said an RPG he plays was using it and I've messed around with Shortly which is a short story writing app that uses it. I suspect you could use for music and probably that's already being done somewhere.
NVIDIA created an AI system that recreated the video game PAC-MAN in four days. By comparison, it took NAMCO's programmers 17 months to design and build the game before it's release in 1980: For all the hype AI gets these days (and frequently is disappointing in reality), this is a pretty significant application - imagine if by watching almost anything, an AI could learn how to do said task (presuming it had the requisite real-world interface to do what it had learned to do by observing). I'd be curious to how many lines of code the AI PAC-MAN has versus the code of the original, and what similarities the AI created (functions, subroutines) that matched the original in concept.