> denoting or relating to a word (e.g., al-Qadri), the first letter of which is preceded or followed by another letter
> a synthetic compound used in perfumery and cosmetic surgery to improve the appearance of skin tone and irritation
> a type of cookie made with dough, jelly, butter, or chocolate, often filled with extra flour
Pretty impressive. I've never seen fake text so real. (I mean none of these seem to quite make 100% logical sense, but if you were just skimming the sentence nothing would stand out as a red flag.)
It's a subreddit filled entirely with bots, each user is trained on a specific subreddit's comments matching it's username (so politicsGPT2Bot is trained on comments from the politics subreddit).
Go click through a few comment sections and see how mind-bendingly real some comment chains seem. They reply quoting other comments, they generate links (they almost always go to a 404 page, but they look real and are in format that makes me think it's real every time I hover over it) entirely on their own, they have full conversations back and forth, they make jokes, they argue "opinions" (often across multiple comments back and forth keeping the context of which "side" each comment is on), and they vary from single word comments to multi-paragraph comments.
Take a look at this thread  specifically. The headline is made up, the link it goes to is made up, but the comments look insanely real at first glance. Some of them even seem to be quoting the contents of the article (which again, doesn't exist) in it's comments!
If you threw something like 50% "real humans" in the mix, I genuinely don't think I'd be able to pick out the bots on my own.
The "edit": UPDATE: I just wanted to say that I'm a huge fan of all of you. The subreddit is extremely well run, and the amount of support and encouragement that I've been getting from the community is incredible.
The "mod comment": "Hi Iamacreamt! Your post has been removed because this topic isn't suitable for /r/IAmA."
> How do you feel about the internet arguments subreddit, r/iamverysmart?
> As a young professional, where do you prefer to have internet arguments with your friends? I've been thinking about leaving YouTube for Reddit, but I don't currently have much free time, and I want to have some quality back and forths with my friends.
> I love that subreddit. I love how open minded it is. The only reason why I didn't like it was because it's so popular. I'm glad that I'm not the only person who has this problem, because I never had any reason to like it.
> Thanks for the reply :) I had a bit of an argument with one of my friends over reddit, and I was wondering if you could give me insight on the way you handled it?
"I had many arguments growing up"
"where do you prefer to have internet arguments with your friends"
It interpolates "arguments"-related stuff into the posts as with any other topic. It does it well, but seems to have missed that it's not a conversational topic like most others. We don't talk about arguments like we talk about basketball. But here's a peek into what it would look like if we did!
(I also enjoyed the bot signing both a question and the immediate reply with ~Alex)
Although most people probably don't prefer to have internet arguments (especially with their friends who sign both a question and the immediate reply with ~Alex).
I guess sometimes it errors out :D
That's a very fun thread you linked - it's very believable!
"You're arguing against yourself!"
In this case, it's impossible to do so.
the systematic and systematic reworking of a piece of text to reduce unnecessary redundancies
"bryosphere" -- something to do with moss
"biosprint" -- a brand of yeast.
Many of these 'non-words' have already been taken....
(of a place) not full of people or vehicles
"the area was undercrowded with traffic"
That sounds like an impressive project in itself :)
I think that page doesn’t exist. patrickthebold wasn’t sarcastically mocking people who were too lazy to look up that page. He was just making the point that as soon as a hypothetical list like that was uploaded to Wikipedia, it should be deleted, since those words would then be words found on Wikipedia.
Bordellum. It's a word, I think?
Disaproval. So close to a real word it looks like a misspelling.
Anyway, this is really interesting.
In general, I don't fix a random seed so in general you can get different definitions (sometimes: I cache data)
I also got "deflategate" which i love - it must be an upcoming scandal! :-)
It was, in 2016.
This 1961 book predicted what Lem calls "opton", an electronic book reader with only one page between the covers (Kindle Opton special for Lem's 100 year anniversary next year would be nice!)
I wonder if someone has created sci-fi short stories with that data set yet.
SL's inventiveness is beyond reproach but he lived in a time (died 2006) rather later than Mr (I have 50 spelings of my name) Shakesper. Lem spoke several languages and a cursory glance at your link seems to show a lot of drinks!
Shake a spear did invent a huge number of English words. Some of them were due to the rather random speling existent in the Elizabethan England of the 14th C. The rest were the result of a creative mind that needed to deploy ideas and concepts in ways that were not available at the time. The clever thing is that he created many words that seem so obvious in meaning - and are so obviously "English". He literally understood English to its core and was able to manipulate it effectively. Good skills that man.
Also - "robot" was not invented Karel Čapek but his brother Josef. Karel was looking for good word describing mechanical workers for his theatre play called RUR.
Or, if feeling contentious, other wordspaces https://gender.wikia.org/wiki/Category:Gender_Identities
The early results were that it works, but noisier datasets are tough. The urban dictionary corpus also has a ton of racist definitions
His work isn't like Terry Pratchett but I find that there is a commonality in their cleverness. Still can't get over Pratchett's 'ideon' (a fundamental particle that when it strikes the brain, creates an idea; hilarious!) or that weird story of Lem's where an abandoned traveler gene-chemical engineers a sapient civilization to build himself a ship so he can fly back.
the ability to play in a board game within a system by controlling the left and right edges of the board or a grid surrounded by squares
• This Person Does Not Exist https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
• These Lyrics Do Not Exist https://theselyricsdonotexist.com/
• This Cat Does Not Exist https://thiscatdoesnotexist.com/
• This Rental Does Not Exist https://thisrentaldoesnotexist.com/
• This Waifu Does Not Exist https://www.thiswaifudoesnotexist.net/
• This Resume Does Not Exist https://thisresumedoesnotexist.com/
• This Artwork Does Not Exist https://thisartworkdoesnotexist.com/
"citation needed" on that completeness claim, or rather "this list is incomplete, you can help by expanding it"
What hath God wrought? https://i.imgur.com/Fq6Vh5Y.jpg
Asking for a friend
the branch of physics that deals with the behavior, physics, and the properties of living organisms
"I started thinking about the world thinking of me and I never really went deep into the eicoscience"
relating to the theories of early visual culture,
particularly those which emerged out of attempts
by the Chinese to achieve a cosmopolitan consciousness
through the use of classical ideas
"the neurotheistic ideas of Mao Zedong"
the action or process of boiling (a subject, typically an
animal) at room temperature
relating to or denoting products of decay
"winding and burning reductory tissue"
Edit: fixed mono spacing.
And yes, it means exactly that.
unquestionably true or valid
"his nonmagical beliefs and ideas"
a thing that smells or tastes terrible
a Chinese pastry
"each piece of beef tendon tartou serves four and a half hours ago"
1. a wound on the external surface of the nail
"her throat was swelling with nailblasts"
any of a group of silica compounds thought to act by the interaction of sodium with sodium, the latter of which has many physiological roles and is essential in the modulation of many physiological processes
"a polymeric metasodium oxide from which such compounds in the cell cycle are derived"
a job offered to a woman as a job or offer offered by a man
"you have won a handjob as a waitress"
a member of an American Indian people living in
shallow water off central Alaska and western Australia
the process of forming a strip of mucus before injecting intravenously
"semen started to emerge immediately after swemting"
I didn't see any note saying "this word probably exists".
> The quality of being likely to be useful, effective, or useful
Granted, I don't know if it's technically a dictionary word, but I've definitely seen it in technical contexts.
edit: also got "redbull"
It almost gets it right...
I'm using a blacklist to reject "real" words but it's surprisingly hard to build for rare words. I'm up to ~600K items after parsing Wikipedia tokens and it still doesn't capture everything.
a large pair of wings and wings of a bird or other flying
animal, typically used as a guide for a figure skater and
"a pair of airpods"
In any case, it's all pretty impressive! Defintely something one can use for creative writing or fantasy world building.
not having or requiring a license of a particular kind and without permission
"patentless wireless communications"
a word that does not exist; it was invented, defined and used by a machine learning algorithm.
the denial of a person's sexual identity and gender
identity to someone else
"she had undergone neuterization of her facial hair"
> méxis: an obsessive or revelatory pursuit
> heelbark: a red braid fastened to a man's hat so as to prevent heeling
Unless you put your hat on your shoes, you're on the wrong end of the body.
> transgate: raise the value of (something, especially money) by expanding its capacity to become transactions or funds.
What's that even mean?
>noress: a unit of electric charge equal to one nanosecond
Where's the Coulombs? Who is J̶o̶h̶n̶ ̶G̶a̶l̶t̶ Noress?
Additionally I'm seeing words that either exist or are natural permutations/mispellings. Example:
> monucleotides, but mononucleotides are a real thing.
Additionally, the example sentences are just as crazy. Maybe I'm having bad luck. There are some good hits, but the majority of them appear pretty tashy (this is a crazy difficult problem!)
So "transgate" also sounds weird because it has opposing ideas. "through" + "block". But we need to look at morphemes to see why. At least (IIRC) it made this word a verb.
- incineratory split into in•cin•e•ra•tory which have the suffix wrong (right is tor•y)
- re•tro•genic instead of re•tro•gen•ic
What this means, building off of what the evidence I gave, is that this model is not learning the morphemes (smallest root meaning). This exact characteristic is part of why these words sound weird. It is the same problem as the one brought up by tasogare.
I am not totally happy with the results but have not had a chance to train my own
a large pool, typically as part of a carnival or carnival
*"a few old dead men may be playing in the manpool"*
Someone used Epidemiography
a stupid or depraved person; an immoral or destructive person
"every single one of these artists was a stirrupie"
>a narrative, typically one that takes place on a screen or on social media
I'm impressed, a witty wordplay.
an act of greeting or greeting someone or something with a quick facial tick
"we were greeted with a backtick"
Wow, the links are just base64'ing the whole text because of course there's no way to trivially reproduce it...
an instance of talking with no expectation of truth or accuracy
"a complete facetook of her statements"
> seizure of property as a practice or violation of the law, especially in financial matters
> "he didn't care for the scumdoggery he got for being a police officer"
1. not having life
"a nonhumanoid woman"
the belief that one's parents don't have sex for the same reason as oneself
"a nonfatalism argument"
a sharp crack or slit in the surface of sea or sky
"a slushy brainsack close to shore"
a formal gesture representing a happy ending or blessing
"her head was brought to a halt by the ahegao of the chair"
headbutter. One who strikes other people with one's head. You are becoming known as a headbutter, so unless you want the league to suspend you, I suggest that you stop playing dirty!
Headbutter - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
a set of questions
"a rhetorical quora"
expressing a strong enthusiasm or confidence
"yosho! It's going to be one of the best days of your life"
1. a piece of writing (usually one of short or noibid) expressing or expressing a person's view, especially the concept of something abstract or self-subsistent. "the main quintessay of feminist theory."
2. a word that does not exist; it was invented, defined and used by a machine learning algorithm.
Link / Generate another word / Write your own
Still pretty cool. I'd totally believe some of these definitions if I didn't see the site.
Also this one which I've seen used quite a bit.
> a very small, sweet, pouched porcupine; a cricket
> "soak in a splash of chocolate red liqueur to ensure that the fluffy bits eventually turn into tiger-necked poodle poodle"
See here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transclusion
> a fraction of fifty or more (the whole number one), especially within a government or the ranks of a corporate organization
This does exist.
a surgical operation in which a tubular vein is drawn into the lung
"he takes a long pneumostomy at the hospital"
This A.I. could be predicting future words.
It has 64 results on Google
2 results on DDG/Bing.
And no matches on any online dictionary that I could find (Merriam-Webster, Urban Dictionary, ...)
a form of muscular dystrophy of muscle, caused by compression of an amyloid cytochrome
"children with cyphroglodystrophy have unusually low blood pressure"
> a dairy-based flavor made by supplementing milk with milk of the same consistency as dairy acid
> "durantino preserves and protects against all age-related diseases through the combined action of dairy and vitamin D supplement"
Great. I think I want to buy some durantino
It’s not too far off Mycogen: As Asimov explains in Prelude to Foundation, their name is formed from the Greek stems myco- (meaning 'yeast' or other types of fungi) and -gen (meaning 'maker' or 'producer').
From memory, it picks each letter with the same probability of following the previous two letters as actual english words have. The more previous letters included in calculating probabilities, the more like actual words you get. My list is on the wild side. Not novel, but was fun to do. Good for writing Jabberwocky-type poetry.
This word was used for the Patriots scandal a few years ago.
That's brilliant, and I'm going to use it.
My first result was "upboard" which describes all the wood on a sailboat that is above the water.
verb [with object]
reinvigorate or allow (someone) to use new forms of expression
"refouring popular culture"
a woman's strong sexual desire, especially that of a young man
"he was a perv and his prefetudes were obvious"
> (of a computer virus) preventing development of an infection in which the infection is found in the host, without warning or compromise to the computer
> "this virus is nondegenective against bovine cholera"
It's both impressive in its relevance and fluency of language, despite being nonsense, and hilarious. Had me in stitches at 'bovine cholera'.
1. relating to or advocating the theory that sex is the only biological sex, or as opposed to that other sex identified with reproduction "a procreationist approach to reproductive science"
2. a word that does not exist; it was invented, defined and used by a machine learning algorithm.
mantula: a small parasitic stinging insect that feeds on ants, flies, and other small insects, native to leafy lawns and shrubs.
"mantulas are widely grown as food"
You could do some great auto-worldbuilding in a dwarf fortress type game with this. Maybe constraining the input data to "bio" and "historical" definitions.
> the central part of the human body, covering the anus and genitals, between the head and the chin
> "the ribs and ribs of the carnarium"
not based on a principle or theory
"the philosophical and political alternatives to the totalitarianism of nonadjective politics"
> "an idealized, nonreal world of bliss"
Well... Plato sure wouldn't like your NN.
coarse hair left over after a period of neglect by the hair follicles
"he let his hair go, and she gave him a big tootwork"
The first time I loaded the page, it came up with "polypyrrole", an existing word.
an instrument related to a keyboard in that it is played rather than written
"an instrument/adjective keyboard"
This is a Java concept:
a tense tense [sic] of a verb in de-escalation, usually after some verb has been removed or added
"she gave a nervous jibberish if I didn't get the last word"
(in humans) a microorganism of the alimentary canal, which forms a protective passage across nerve vessels adjacent to the colon, for example in the trachea
"there is evidence that hemostasis greatly increases the risk of malaria by toxoplasm"
> "protective passage across nerve vessels adjacent to the colon, for example in the trachea"
colon in trachea and toxoplasm(a) forming a protective passage is the funny part for me.
crocodiles attached to the genitals, typically with the anus protruding from much to their outermost point
"eating those cracula have no effects on the penis"
the space beyond the earth's crust which is about 2.8 billion miles (4.8 km) across and includes the oceans and Mars, Uranus, Neptune, and Jupiter and beyond
"the space between the earth's crust and the leptosphere"
> a quantity or quantity that is different from a specified quantity or quantity in some sense
I'm the developer behind http://prosecraft.io so I always enjoy learning about new linguistic toys :)
couldn'nt help but thinking about trump :)