It already seems to think there's a 0.4% probability that the apple is an iPod before the sign is added, so does this only work to nudge it from one thing to another it already suspects?
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You only need pen and paper to fool this OpenAI computer vision code. Just write down what you want it to see
Police drone plunged 70ft into pond after operator mashed pop-up that was actually the emergency cut-out button
Senators, net neutrality advocates rail against looming lame-duck confirmation of new FCC commissioner
Researchers made an OpenAI GPT-3 medical chatbot as an experiment. It told a mock patient to kill themselves
"GPT-3 forgot the specific times a patient said they were unavailable, and it instead suggested those times as appointment slots."
Sounds pretty realistic to me, all it needs now is to book an appointment three weeks in advance and then call the patient the day before to cancel it because it just remembered the doctor isn't actually in the clinic on that day, and it'll have perfectly emulated my GPs receptionist.
It really is your last chance to see anything at Cineworld for quite some time, and this big-screen bork speaks volumes
Alphabet promises to no longer bung tens of millions of dollars to alleged sex pest execs who quit mid-probe
Amazon spies on staff, fires them by text for not hitting secretive targets, workers 'feel forced to work through pain, injuries' – report
Epic Games gets itself epically banned, launches epic Fortnite death match with Apple over App Store's epic 30% cut
You're testing them wrong: Whiteboard coding interviews are 'anti-women psychological stress examinations'
I had one interview about... 8 years ago? 3 managers sat around a conference table while I stood at the front with a paper flipchart and a chunky board pen. They read out programming scenarios and I had to write the code to solve them.
Paper was definitely not an ideal medium, being impossible to erase or change anything I'd written when I realised I needed to insert a line between two I'd already written.
Trump's bright idea of kicking out foreign students unless unis resume in-person classes stuns tech, science world
Watch an oblivious Tesla Model 3 smash into an overturned truck on a highway 'while under Autopilot'
They've only gone and bloody done it! NASA, SpaceX send two fellas off to the International Space Station
Turns out Elon can't control the weather – what a scrub: Rain, clouds delay historic manned SpaceX-NASA launch
Users of Will.i.am's Wink IoT hub ask 'Where is the love?' as they're asked to pay for a new subscription service
India makes contact-tracing app compulsory in viral hot zones despite most local phones not being smart
There's no chance I'm going to install any of these apps. Rushed through with no oversight, they'll just be a collection of security holes held together with snippets from stack overflow. I also don't put it past any of them to start harvesting and selling off my data the first chance they get.
International space station connects 100Mbps symmetric space laser ethernet using Sony optical disc tech
Facebook does the right thing for once: Joins Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Reddit, Twitter, YouTube to clean out dodgy COVID-19 info
Re: Amazon is our creation
It wasn't exactly a choice for some of us. Unless you want womens designer clothes or naff jewellery my local town center has no shops of any interest. We now boast about 15 coffee shops and 3 separate branches of Greggs but if you want to buy anything else it's about a 20 mile drive to another town.
Don't Flip out or anything, but the 'flexible glass display' on Samsung's latest pholdable doesn't behave like glass
Sketchy behavior? Wacom tablet drivers phone home with names, times of every app opened on your computer
Amazing peer-reviewed AI bots that predict premature births were too good to be true: Flawed testing bumped accuracy from 50% to 90%+
China tells America, with a straight face, it will absolutely crack down on hacking and copyright, tech blueprint theft
FCC proudly wastes $90m getting data-capped, pricey satellite internet to tiny percentage of US population
I've got no sympathy for companies who don't pay attention to this kind of thing. People make mistakes, it's happened to everyone. The company should be taking steps to make sure things like this are caught and fixed. This mailing list was so important to them that no-one at all ever checked how many people had subscribed to it?
Surveillance kit slinger accused of slapping 'Made in America' on Chinese gear, selling it to the US government
40 million emoji-addicted keyboard app users left with $18m bill – after malware sneaks into Play Store yet again
My mother died last January, gas company served the estate a bill for £40,000. This was in spite of there being no functioning gas appliances in the house for 3 years. Seems their agent had misread one of the digits on the meter 4 years back and when I provided the final reading it was lower than that previous one. They deduced that the meter must have hit 999999 and looped back around to reach the "lower" number. Took 2 months to get them to correct that.