Playing a dungeon game where a neural net is DMing has a lot in common with lucid dreaming.
Text in particular is slippery and resistant to being read.
The neural net was trained on human-programmed dungeon crawling games, so it's unprepared for humans that refer to objects that aren't there. I can conjure anything into being simply by acting as if it is there.
I'm still figuring out what kind of superpowers I have in the neural net's game.
I can conjure Harry Potter into existence anytime I want just by acting as if he's already there, but he's generally more unsettling than helpful.
Another thing I can do is teleport. Even if a place not an option the neural net gives me, I can just type that I'm going there. The neural net does its best to adapt. If I do this too often, things seem to get chaotic.
whatever you do, don't take the rope from the attic
i've had stress dreams like this
neural net DMing is SO creepy sometimes
people keep asking for explainable AI. i definitely have some questions about what happened here.
to be fair, we were both cheating
in which Nathan learns that there are always unintended consequences to training a neural net
Always a bad sign when the unicorn shows up
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