GPT-2 can be hit-or-miss, but when it hits, man
is it scary-impressive!:https://mobile.twitt...773448999034880
[Prompt?] John F. Kennedy was just elected President of the United States after rising from the grave decades after his assassination. Due to miraculous developments in nanotechnology, Kennedy's brain was rebuilt from his remains and installed in the control center of a state-of-the-art humanoid robot. Below is a transcript of his acceptance speech.
[GPT-2 generation?] I've said before that humans have a very unfortunate legacy of being the most powerful, violent species in the world, but we are slowly starting to correct that. I, now a robot, am a living testament to our species' potential. And to prove it, I will be inaugurating the most revolutionary program of social justice in history.
Now, I realize there are people who think that the fact that I'm a robot makes me unfit for this office. But, as the President of the United States, I don't have to prove my humanity to anyone. I'm not going to debate about whether or not my brain can be programmed to think complex thoughts. I can only say that it's the greatest privilege of my life to have my brain wired directly into the control center of a state-of-the-art humanoid robot, giving the people of this country the ability to give us all a voice.
America is a nation built on the foundation stones of equal opportunity, so it's only right that the President's head be a physical reminder of this country's commitment to equality. It's only right that the first human president to run for office be a robot.
My head is the first presidential head on display at Mount Rushmore, and for the next four years, I plan to keep it there permanently.
I look forward to continuing my work on behalf of the American people as a robot. I hope to see America united as it was on January 20th of this year.
Thank you, and God bless the United States.
Got a little surreal towards the end. NVIDIA's MEGATRON Language Model seems to have less craziness like that.