It’s safe to say that AI is and will be responsible for a lot of cool technological advances in our lifetime.
This Twitter account that rates AI generated dogs may not be, but’s it’s still pretty hilarious (and a little adorable) to look at.
The account was created by research scientist and well published author on the subject of AI, Janelle Shane.
So, how exactly are these fake dogs generated?
Shane says it’s pretty simple (to her, atleast). She used OpenAI’s new API to create a twitter bot based on the popular We Rate Dogs account, which rates, you guessed it, real dogs, and uses a AI based image creator to make the magic happen.
Without further a-do, the top AI generated dogs as rated by @dog_fakes.
This is Molly. She's very tall. We wonder what it's like at the top of the world. She does not. 14/10 pic.twitter.com/waxHkCzfez
— dog_fakes (@dog_fakes) June 26, 2020
We only rate dogs. Please stop sending us pictures of marshmallows. We can all see the dog is way cuter. Please just help me eat this. 13/10 pic.twitter.com/hNcKXWjgVE
— dog_fakes (@dog_fakes) July 3, 2020
This is Kai. He used to work for a butter company. He loved his job but one day he woke up and was kind of feeling margarine. 10/10 may i recommend margarine pic.twitter.com/dASzOS3mml
— dog_fakes (@dog_fakes) August 13, 2020
This is Dwight! He keeps doing this whenever you’re getting a haircut. Please don’t grasp him by his foot. 13/10 pic.twitter.com/pUCxNbT4nA
— dog_fakes (@dog_fakes) September 13, 2020
This is Bubblegum. She’s from Canada but lives in America. Here to greet you with a message of jolly goodwill, from pigs to preachers, in swine we trust, to elbows with spoons. 15/10 happy canadian thanksgiving pic.twitter.com/9pfKRIiumJ
— dog_fakes (@dog_fakes) September 5, 2020
Maybe AI still has a little ways to go…