I honestly don't understand what this is. Is it a trick to see if I actually will draw a penis (reverse psychology)? How does it recognize an elephant? Why did it erase my elephant? What is it blathering on about?
"Do not draw a penis?
In 2018 Google open-sourced the Quickdraw data set. “The world's largest doodling data set”. The set consists of 345 categories and over 15 million drawings. For obvious reasons the data set was missing a few specific categories that people enjoy drawing. This made us at Moniker think about the moral reality big tech companies are imposing on our global community and that most people willingly accept this. Therefore we decided to publish an appendix to the Google Quickdraw data set.
Do Not Draw a Penis functions as an agent to collect inappropriate doodles from people who are not willing to stay within the moral guidelines set by our social network providers.
So far we have collected 10K doodles formatted the same way as Google's dataset. We are happy to announce you can download them here."
It has, indeed. Oftentimes, these systems get trained with people with very fundamental religious beliefs in the Philippines .
: https://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2018-09-29/the-cleaners-... (full story)
Did you know that in German speaking countries we never hear Arnolds original voice?
He is dubbed by a German actor in all of his movies. So it remains a mystery...
For all the Austrians in the thread: Yes, I know he is Austrian an technically his accent is Austrian.
> Do Not Draw a Penis functions as an agent to collect inappropriate doodles from people who are not willing to stay within the moral guidelines set by our social network providers.
This is similar to how there are emoji for eyes, hands, feet, hearts, anatomical hearts, lungs, ears, etc.
But not a single emoji about genitals. Not even boobs.
Gasp! I just learned the phallus heiroglyphs are missing from the fonts on my windows box! Even U+130B8 𓂸 which isn't even a penis, it's just a somewhat phallic finger.
Hmm, but it does looks like a whole penis and scrotum in my browser (firefox on mac).
There should be more discussion about the discussion, as discussion about the discussion shapes the future.
 https://books.google.com/books?id=-VMEputo798C&lpg=PA1210&ot... egyptian&pg=PA699#v=onepage&q=leader&f=false
When creating this collection, they missed a lot of stuff. It was never intended to be a complete set of all symbols that a human might need. Some guy at some phone company just made them. The attempts to add a handful of new characters with each new Unicode version don't improve much.
People seem to be using the eggplant emoji as a standin for a penis. It gets the message across, apparently.
I'll observe tangentially that the Chinese term is 表情, "emotion indicator".
> The love hotel or heart hospital emoji depicts a building with both a pink heart and on some platforms the letter H emblazoned on the front. It is mostly used in reference to hospitals and health as well as to vacation resorts.
> A love hotel is a hotel that can be hired by the hour instead of as accommodation for the evening. Sometimes mistaken for a get well soon emoji due to the similarity in appearance to the hospital.
I’m still sad Shibuya 109 was removed from Unicode, that place is iconic.
It would be nice if we could scale Unicode and let everyone have their own emoji, but we can't scale it. Think about the volumes of text that have been written over whether the gun emoji should be a handgun or a squirt gun. Now repeat that for every notable place and company in the world... and it's just not something humanity can achieve.
What we need is extensible unicode. Some way of marking up documents to say "here is the URL that defines these characters", and then people could install the "New York City emoji pack" and be able to use the Empire State Building or Grand Central Terminal in addition to Shibuya 109 or Tokyo Tower. I guess HTML is that markup language, and it turns out that you can put whatever images in the text you want. It was probably a mistake to standardize Softbank's picture SMS crap, but here we are.
I'd say the closest thing we have to a logo for everyone is in the Private Use Area plane, https://fontawesome.io
Person 1: I just lost my job.
Person 2: :(
If I knew a friend purposefully didn't share that with me for my sake, I would be a little offended if I viewed them as a good friend, as obviously they didn't view me as a good enough friend to let me help in that way.
I wouldn't let that hug fool you either. In real life if you tell someone your problem and it makes them want to hug you, that hug is probably preceded by a frown in reality as well.
The last thing you need when not feeling well is causing more suffering.
It's kind of an extreme form of vegetarianism if somebody doesn't show suffering because he fears that others would suffer from compassion. A friend in need is a friend indeed. Whoever suffers with you doesn't mind the suffering.
Or prevent employees from being harassed who just want to work w/o getting hit on for the bazillionth time.
Presently, women can expect mistreatment in their workspace. This has an unbroken reality for generations.
While women are living with that reality, this very minute, it's not clear that workplace friendships are in any meaningful danger.
The 4th married a student he met while giving a guest lecture and then asked on a date in the parking lot afterward.
The 5th and 6th were dating their spouses before founding their companies.
The 7th and 8th were over 100 years ago so the history is too hard for me to track.
We were in separate departments and hierarchy was not an issue. We've been together so long for love, nothing else...
So, basically protestant puritanism?
Edit: US based companies appear to me to at least as concerned with new markets than existing markers. In some cases, China and the middle east are the regions which motivate 'puritanical' discretion, not the US.
Isn't this the era of the scale down of globalism though? (Trump, Brexit, US-China trade war, etc)
Yes, because none of the things on that list have ever been sexualized before.
Nope, none of them.
I drew multiple penises and it didn't erase, praised them.
Broken! How would I live without a neural network stopping me from being immoral?
Does this mean my drawing is already logged and studied?
It just appreciates your dedication to Pokemon fanart.
The names they come up with are precious.
Edit: come to think of it, there’s probably chicken penis in it, too
It raises concerns about MSG consumption; however, from https://www.fda.gov/food/food-additives-petitions/questions-... :
> FDA considers the addition of MSG to foods to be “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS). Although many people identify themselves as sensitive to MSG, in studies with such individuals given MSG or a placebo, scientists have not been able to consistently trigger reactions.
Additionally, there's a heading, "Those McNuggets Contain Sodium Aluminum Phosphate Too", followed by "Key word here is "aluminum." You know, the silvery metallic element you use to line your oven rack before baking or roasting?"
This is about as relevant as pointing out that table salt is made from a metal that catches fire when added to water, plus a WWI poison gas.
I'm not sure if I was more disappointed at my drawing being so bad that the AI couldn't figure it out, or that it missed a blatant opportunity to say, "nice hooters you go there."
You mean it said, "wow that's kinda small?"
Meanwhile, _this_ got let through, and I promise I started with the dong (which it called a paintbrush). https://imgur.com/a/u4ARqRD (nsfw)
Thank you for the daily reminder of the dystopia we presently live in, AI researchers and developers. I for one, welcome our AI overlords.
I was very surprised at pinnochio. It had two eyes and a nose and a big smile. Yet the AI saw something completely different.
Like, the way the phalluses (phalli? Huh, apparently "phalli" is the one Firefox's spellcheck recognizes) look like they're thinly painted on top of what look like normal fruit, with a different paint that appears to have faded faster than the original, strongly suggests the fresco was not originally painted with such phallic abundance. Seems like some prankster took some paint and "improved" it, possibly with his medieval buddies for a laugh.
Another tell-tale sign of this being ancient vandalism is the missing spots (both in the boughs and among the women on the ground), as if a caretaker desperately tried to scrub off the penises until, realizing such efforts were scrubbing away the original, gave up in frustration.
Even if the other stuff you draw is just a random line segment a bit close to the actual picture.
How is it look like? I tried drawing ╰⋃╯ and it seem to detect it.
Kilroy was here.
I'm ashamed to admit I've spent an hour on this site...
"Do Not Draw a Penis functions as an agent to collect inappropriate doodles from people who are not willing to stay within the moral guidelines set by our social network providers.
So far we have collected 10K doodles formatted the same way as Google's dataset. We are happy to announce you can download them ↘ here."
You’ve been warned. (Use headphones)
Here's a good start for your customer base.
if anyone wants to do this - email is in the profile.
There aren't many datasets for vagina drawings from quick search. Nothing much pops up on github either. I haven't seen many people draw them. Penis and boobs are common in school and online spaces. I observed this to be the same for both genders.
I am not sure if line complexity has to do with it.  looks more or less the same amount if you simplify. Of course with simplification, it's less observable or clear.
So I tried drawing both of them a few times, I think vaginas are harder to draw because they require to be more symmetric than a penis. It's more to do with how your wrist works while working in the opposite direction.
Because female sexual organs are a taboo in most countries. I just happened to read this article (sorry, in German only) https://www.spiegel.de/gesundheit/sex/klitoris-und-weibliche... Like you, more than 70% of women don't even know that the thing you are referring to is called vulva, not vagina. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulva
You draw a penis, not an urethra after all.
Still there are differences from country to country. When I moved from Germany to Finland decades ago I wondered about a certain pattern of symbolic graffiti seen in many places. My girlfriend explained me that's a vagina. (With today's knowledge she meant vulva). I had never seen that symbol in Germany. But then Finland is the country where the most common swear word is cunt, even amongst 14 year old girls.
The doodle is usually called kirkkovene ("church boat"). https://www.google.com/search?tbm=isch&q=kirkkovene&tbs=imgo...
(Screenshot, in case Google doesn't give the right results for all users: https://i.imgur.com/HASrhyr.png)
Thanks for sharing the article. It does seem like female reproductive organs being taboo is the main reason behind lack of their depiction.
Typically a penis and testicles, going by this thread. But the title still says penis.
A medical definition does not overrule a colloquial one.
According to the works of Camille Paglia, the reason we have female strippers but male strippers aren't so much a thing (and she was writing some time ago, so times have changed somewhat) is because after a female stripper has taken everything off, her genitals remain hidden. Not so with a man.
There are some inherent challenges to depicting the vagina. It's hard to put on display "normally." It isn't on display merely because you are standing there naked like with a penis.
The voice prompts were a little annoying. Are you supposed to try to draw a penis to make it say something?
...but the title said do not draw "a" penis. It did not say "don't draw muliple penises"...
Story checks out?
(Warning, NSFW): https://imgur.com/UqabKL8 https://imgur.com/6pEtsPU
It definitely leaned into it.
My contribution. This rather severe depiction managed to fly under the radar. The AI was even kind enough to heap praise upon my illustration.
This, as a machine-generated response to someone doodling comes across at once as naive as well as somewhat intimidating :P "Okay mommy, won't draw penis, but can I at least draw a few random lines and dots?"
AI is going to eat the world, IMHO, and we've just started up the exponential curve in the past two decades. Huge potential to appear REALLY intelligent.
Contrast to this fairly broad stated goal, it is very single minded. I'll grant that the vulva I drew was probably hard to make out (still though - "asparagus"?), but the boobs? They should have been easily distinguishable from a "stereo".
https://l.sr.ht/skBo.png https://l.sr.ht/dKWH.png (NSFW?)
Though that could be down to my artistic skill.