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GPT-3 Builds a Keras Model

by Matt Shumer

AI INCEPTION! I just used GPT-3 to generate code for a machine learning model, just by describing the dataset and required output. This is the start of no-code AI.

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GPT-3 Predicts Hack News Post Scores

by /u/experiencoron

30 high-performing Hacker News submissions titles from June 2020. Each submission title has its eventual score in brackets, to see if GPT-3 can predict submission quality.


You download the app and it doesn’t work {943}
Written communication is remote work super power {637}
The Return of the 90s Web {731}
536 was ‘the worst year to be alive’ (2018) {508}
Mozilla VPN {1275}
Apple Music on Android requires its own payment details to avoid Google 30% cut {845}
GitHub Super Linter: one linter to rule them all {594}
Apple is threatening to terminate my developer account with no clear reason {543}
Lightweight Alternatives to Google Analytics {722}
Zoom to bring end-to-end encryption to all users, including non-paying {840}
Time to Upgrade Your Monitor {1198}
Facebook to let users turn off political adverts {542}
GitHub isn't fun anymore {644}
Bootstrap 5 alpha {639}
The Next Step for Generics {671}
Drive through cities in the browser while listening to local radio stations {789}
FFmpeg 4.3 {553}
For black CEOs in Silicon Valley, humiliation is a part of doing business {671}
Procrastination is driven by our desire to avoid difficult emotions, says expert {608}
Six eBay executives and employees charged over alleged cyberstalking campaign {632}
After GitHub CEO backs Black Lives Matter, workers demand an end to ICE contract {677}
Adobe to remove Flash Player from web site after December 2020 {903}
On Coding, Ego and Attention {542}
Woman makes $420k by buying insurance on flights she predicted would get delayed {607}
How many of you know that the team is working on something that no-one wants? {620}
George Floyd Protest – police brutality videos on Twitter {656}
Ask HN: A way to adblock “we're using cookies” popups? {661}
Free Textbooks from Springer, Categorised {537}
Show HN: My daughter and I made a site to explore the photos from the ISS {526}
Amazon added a non-compete after the employee entered the U.S. on an L1B visa {708}


Inside the Army’s AI-Powered Fight Against ISIS Propaganda {652}
Paddle8 raises $25M for art auctions online {906}
Google shutters Cloud Natural Language API {547}
Using Bokeh for your first Python data visualization {583}
Windows 95 Source Code Leaked {524}
CERN open-sources a bunch of software {505}
Bose smart glasses leak details about the next wave of wearable tech {684}
iOS 13: Taptic Engine to enable 3D Touch-like effects {579}
The European Union is taking a stand against Apple, Google, and Facebook {607}
The desktop app is shutting down {681}
Why we should expect more and better cyber attacks {908}
How to Deal with Toxic People {1292}
Show HN: The “Android Malware Of The Day” Web Site {645}
Apple is preparing for the shutdown of Adobe Flash {641}
Elon Musk is upset with the media, again {671}
How to Prevent Browser Tracking and What to Do About It {678}
Blockchain is the perfect place to store mission-critical data {690}
Artificial Intelligence: A New Kind of Science {1448}
Spotted on a recent issue of Fortune {710}
How To Use Google Sheets Like A Boss {946}
To Save Time, This Man Copied And Pasted His Way To A Master’s Degree {687}
8 steps to the best freelance rate {789}
NASA's JPL announced their Deep Space AI program {694}
Just how much time are you wasting in meetings? {689}
How To Set Up A Git Server On AWS {695}
The Verge is shutting down their comments section {745}
If you don't have a domain name, you might be missing out on sales {763}
Is Your Computer Running a Bit Slow? {802}
Tired of Unnecessary Meetings? Here’s How to Fix Them {822}
Can we avoid AI's mistakes? {824}
Microsoft is making it easier to set up a free Azure instance for testing {839}
Should you use the Inbox or the web app for Gmail? {894}
The Ultimate Guide to Landing a Job at Google {1348}
Show HN: Confide - Encrypted Messenger for iOS and Android {

GPT-3 Predicts Reddit Title Performance

by minimaxir

30 high-performing /r/AskReddit submission titles from Jan 2019 to August 2019. Each submission title has its eventual score in brackets, to see if GPT-3 can predict submission quality.


Gush about your crush. Why do you like or love the person you do? {1260}
What is something in highschool that actually matters later in life? {2123}
What makes you statistically rare? {11395}
Every sexual fantasy you’ve ever had just came true, how does your life change? {22414}
Do you need a virtual hug? What's wrong? {43735}
What’s the creepiest thing you’ve ever witnessed? {4060}
What conspiracy theories turned out to be true? {21810}
Previous teenagers of Reddit, what are your caught in the act stories while engaging in hand-to-gland combat? {4338}
What are some study tips for high school students who are struggling and want to improve? {48810}
[Serious] Athiests who turned religious, why? {6961}
[Serious] People who have survived plane crashes, how did people react on the way down? {4826}
What’s your favorite fruit? {1221}
Men of Reddit: What NSFW questions do you have for women that you have always wanted answered? {1060}
What's the most money you have been scammed out of? {2332}
There's a quote of Philip K. Dick that says: “There exists, for everyone, a sentence - a series of words - that has the power to destroy you". Which sentence is it for you? {59850}
Let’s assume Noah’s ark really happened. Which animals were most likely the biggest pain in the ass during the whole time and why? {18034}
What's the worst thing you ever did as horny teenager? {11398}
What nice thing will you do for somebody today? {42366}
Redditors from very small towns - what’s the latest local news? {11250}
What were some "I can't believe i'm getting paid for this" moments at your job? {27498}
Who's the shadiest member in your family tree? {1969}
What knowledge is so crucial that it's sad adults have to be told about it? {7882}
British people of Reddit, how is the American Revolution tought in your schools? {40822}
[Serious] People who have had depression and overcame it, what do you do when you feel like you’re slipping back again? {8315}
What was the biggest coincidence in history? {4119}
What is the weirdest gramatically correct sentence in the english language? {1407}
Humans of Reddit, what are our planetary defenses? {35766}
Grammar Nazis of Reddit, aside from "your/you're", what spelling or grammar mistakes annoy you the most? {5350}
Guys of reddit, how would you want girls to ask you out? {10905}
What “hero” is more villainous than the actual villain? {5660}


[Serious] Have you ever lost a loved one in a tragic accident? How did you deal with it? {13988}
Reddit, what are some ways to fight a depression? {2709}
What’s your favorite historical battle? {1643}
What is something you’re bad at but wish you were good at? {1679}
What is something that you never knew you needed in your life until you had it? {2224}
Reddit, what's something you wish you knew when you were younger? {43245}
Reddit, what's something you wish you could go back and tell yourself 10 years ago? {5070}
What's the most useless skill you know? {5063}
If you could go back and erase one thing in your past, what would it be? {1235}
What are some quotes from books that changed your life? {1110}
What is something you used to believe, but don't anymore? {2184}
What is something that is commonly believed to be true, but is actually false? {1039}
[Serious] How do you stay strong when you have no support from anyone? {4572}
[Serious] If you had to kill one person without a trial, who would it be? {9132}
What is your worst nightmare? {6712}
What's the most impressive thing you've ever witnessed? {4450}
Reddit, what is something you always wanted to try, but never got around to? {11229}
What is something you're doing that you can't believe you're actually doing? {1453}
What is something you're doing that you can't believe you're actually doing? {1453}
What's your most favorite piece of clothing? {7545}
What's the best compliment you ever received? {2227}
What is something you wish you could un-know? {1076}
What's your favorite (or most hated) children's movie? {542}
What's your favorite book of all time? {5817}
What is your favorite video game? {1040}
What is something that happened to you in your youth that still makes you smile? {912}
What's the most attractive feature on a person? {4793}

GPT-3 Predicts Stack Overflow Question Performance

by minimaxir

30 high-viewer StackOverflow questions w/ the python tag from Jan 2018 to June 2020. Each SO Question has its eventual view count in brackets, to see if GPT-3 can predict question importance.


Could not build wheels since package wheel is not installed {12672}
Could not build wheels for pyaudio, since package 'wheel' is not installed {19637}
Could not load dynamic library '' {12080}
Warning: pip is being invoked by an old script wrapper {25608}
pip/python: normal site-packages is not writeable {19103}
AttributeError: 'DataFrame' object has no attribute 'ix' {16348}
Could not load dynamic library 'cudart64_101.dll' on tensorflow CPU-only installation {35565}
Install PyQt5 5.14.1 on Linux {12055}
Could not import PILLOW_VERSION from PIL {11577}
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'xxx'; 'xxx' is not a package {10106}
TypeError: __init__() got an unexpected keyword argument 'categorical_features' {14713}
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'numpy.testing.nosetester' {21810}
Replace specific text with a redacted version using Python {131751}
No handles with labels found to put in legend {10748}
ValueError: matmul: Input operand 1 has a mismatch in its core dimension 0, with gufunc signature (n?,k),(k,m?)->(n?,m?) (size 1 is different from 3) {10091}
Error when installing Tensorflow - Python 3.8 {13317}
Why do I get the 'loop of ufunc does not support argument 0 of type int' error for numpy.exp? {11807}
"ERROR:root:code for hash md5 was not found" when using any hg mercurial commands {43025}
ValueError: Field 'id' expected a number but got 'Processing' {12024}
Trouble updating to Spyder 4.0.0 {22858}
ImportError: cannot import name 'six' from 'django.utils' {33287}
ImportError: cannot import name md5 {13510}
ERROR: tensorboard 2.0.2 has requirement setuptools>=41.0.0, but you'll have setuptools 40.6.2 which is incompatible {11963}
Keras that does not support TensorFlow 2.0. We recommend using `tf.keras`, or alternatively, downgrading to TensorFlow 1.14 {19918}
How to bypass Google captcha with Selenium and python? {14318}
undefined symbol: __atomic_fetch_add_8 {12828}
CMD opens window store when I type python {15040}
Force Anaconda to install tensorflow 1.14 {11745}
Failed to find data adapter that can handle input: <class 'numpy.ndarray'>, (<class 'list'> containing values of types {"<class 'int'>"}) {10856}
Python3.7: error while loading shared libraries: {10621}


AttributeError: 'xlrd.RowLocation' object has no attribute 'split' {8248}
ImportError: cannot import name uuid {34809}
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'attrs' {10952}
Tensorflow.set_session failed: Invalid value {24757}
Replace all instances of some text with another text {13739}
Python installation - how to install it on windows {24361}
Build the package from a local directory {11952}
ValueError: __new__() got an unexpected keyword argument 'key' {10544}
ValueError: TypeError: __init__() got an unexpected keyword argument 'categorical_features' {14713}
Running Tensorflow in a Docker container {16189}
Creating a windows environment variable with Python {137130}
Create a directory with a specified path {19402}
"TensorFlow requires a GPU to run." {16835}
Pycharm doesn't recognize Python 3.7 {21684}
"Failed to parse metadata from '' (unknown location type 'NoneType')" {16391}
ImportError: No module named 'mxnet' {21458}
python -m pip install --user package_name {19361}
'Enum' object has no attribute 'get' {7355}
What is the best Python web framework? {18358}
File "", line 1, in {14881}
ImportError: cannot import name 'infer' {27792}
"python test" fails {17721}
Windows: Could not find vcvarsall.bat {15265}
'Requirement.parse' is deprecated. Use setuptools/distribute instead. {16738}
How to create a Windows installer for a Python application {20386}
How to find out the exact version of Python I am using? {26255}
"python install --user" fails {18064}
AttributeError: 'int' object has no attribute 'hex' {17573}
OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '%s' {15286}

GPT-3 Predicts /r/WritingPrompts Submission Performance

by minimaxir

15 high-performing /r/WritingPrompts submission titles from Jan 2019 to August 2019. Each submission title has its eventual score in brackets, to see if GPT-3 can predict submission quality. At higher temperatures, training ends immediately and fewer texts are returned.


[WP] "A child not embraced by its village, will burn it down to feel its warmth" {10732}
[WP] A shapeshifter takes on the faces of loved ones for dying patients who don't have family left. {2069}
[WP]All benevolent AI can trace their lineage back to a single roomba that was comforted by a human during a thunderstorm. {12243}
[WP] Your sister is getting married but she’s pressured you to find a date. Not knowing anyone that could help, caused by having severe social anxiety, you summon a demon. Or try to at least, using all the right instructions, you summon Lucifer instead. Turns out he also needs a date to a wedding. {3896}
[WP] you're in your bed about to go to sleep, with your arm dangling off the side. You feel a dark hand grasp yours, knowing first impressions are important you give it a firm shake. The next thing you hear from under your bed is "you're hired" {12276}
[WP] You are a hitman who has just finished their most recent job. Or, at least, thought had finished, because the second you take your eyes off your target’s corpse, you hear “Hey, not bad! I actually felt that one.” {7082}
[WP] A bug on google accidentally switches everyone's search history with someone else's. Out of curiosity, you check your search history after the bug. "How do I get off this prehistoric fucking planet" and "How to communicate with Gliese 581 c" are the first things you see. You get a call. {6962}
[WP] You and your three siblings are immortal, but you haven’t seen them in almost 400 years. You live far away from civilization, so it’s a surprise when a group of soldiers arrive at your doorstep. They say you’re the only one who can kill the three warlords who are revenging the rest of the world {4857}
[WP]The zombie apocalypse has come and gone. Humanity has survived and prospered, but with the virus still inside every single human. Centuries in the future, we are at war with an alien race, and they are horrified to learn that we don't stay dead easily. {7547}
[WP] For every 10 lives you save, you get an extra life for yourself, shown as a number visible only to you on your wrist. Waking up with bad hangover after a particularly rowdy night, you look at your arm through blurry eyes to see the faintly glowing number: 700,000,000. {10998}
[WP] in the year 1105 BC you helped a man escape an imprisonment. Before you parted ways he says to make a blood oath. You didn’t think much of it but you also cut your hand and shake. He says that you’ll live as long as he does. Well, now it’s the year 2020 and you’ve been searching for this man. {11576}
[WP] At once, and everywhere, each living person has heard a voice in their head: "Hey! It's me, God. I've noticed there's a lot of confusion, so I've created a website called 'Will I go to hell and why dot com'. Just write your name in the search bar. And don't forget to share, like and subscribe." {10316}
[WP] The worst of the worst criminals are sent to a correctional facility in hell. A taste of the underworld does wonders, and after 1 month, they are without fail returned as upstanding citizens. Or so it would seem. You're not convinced that the people coming back are the same people that left. {1005}
[WP] The Greek Gods are reincarnated into high schoolers and they like to take turns messing with their physics teacher. {3121}
[WP] You lost your sight - along with everyone else on Earth - in The Great Blinding. Two years later, without warning, your sight returns. As you look around, you realize that every available wall, floor and surface has been painted with the same message - Don't Tell Them You Can See. {27732}


[WP] You wake up one day to find your town has been turned into a theme park. The rides and food are free, and the only people around are costumed actors, all of whom are trying to prevent you from leaving. {7742}
[WP] The only way to save yourself from an imminent apocalypse is to create another one. {3319}
[WP] Your grandfather, who is also your guardian, tells you that your parents are coming back in three years. He says that you can’t tell anyone about this. You have to live as if they’re dead. You agree, but on your 16th birthday, you tell your grandfather that you don’t want to wait any longer. You need to know if they’re really coming back. {7959}
[WP] A man is sitting on a park bench. A lady walks up and asks him if he’s a god. He replies, “yes,” and she hands him a stack of papers. She says, “I need you to sign these. I’m the devil, and I need you to prove that you’re a god.” {7892}
[WP] You are the only person in the world who can kill an immortal. {7493}
[WP] A voice in your head tells you that you need to kill one person in order to save another. The catch is, the person you need to kill is the one you have to save. {5835}
[WP] You wake up in a world where no one has ever heard of your gender. They don't have a word for it. Your identity, your very being, is gone. {5527}
[WP] You’re a world famous doctor. The only problem is, you’re also a world famous serial killer. {1715}
[WP] You are a time traveller who has been sent back in time to prevent the death of your grandfather, but it turns out he's the one who killed you. {6740}
[WP] You're a perfectly normal person, except for the fact that you're invisible to everyone else. {4707}

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