>>212053 uh huh I don't have the text of the complaint, but I can tell you that it doesn't really matter even if someone threw the most ridiculous hyperbolic shit fit about it (which I doubt, I'm pretty sure the complaint was a polite request)
the important thing that happened here was that arch leadership noticed this inappropriate state of affairs and dealt with it
>>210979 it works really well for my bots too it's like long division they just try and dump an idea on one line and then take the remainder after that's out of the way and reprocess it through again and come out with another line they're not very good at planning yet though so the first line is always the bulk of the meaning and the rest are gradually reducing clarifications not really much buildup phase going on maybe sometime
Are you trying to replicate human information communication or just creating coherent passages of text?
well really they're trying to measure linguistic entropy that's what i made them for back when i was studying physics but for another class i wanted to make a project about mapping that to outputs using a sort of sieve system and it was a shitty idea back then because i was stupid but i wanted to have clearly macro-defined linguistic entropy what was just dumb so now i just try to use training data to help it make sense of what i can't make sense of well i'm collecting the data it helps that i'm doing transcription as my job i have a wealth of data i don't really know what to do with it yet but when i get some time off i'll figure it out
yeah my initial childish dreams were to replicate human communication but i think that's kind of arcane and cumbersome now i'd rather just have some functional mapping and have fun with it, and possibly put in some automation so they can do something on their own instead of me having to manually do their job for them