I trained an AI on ResetEra post titles and merged it with AIs trained on Reddit post titles

DukeBlueBall

Member
Oct 27, 2017
1,034
Seattle, WA
All the Reddit data is extracted from BigQuery, with maybe a few data range tweaks depending on what I'm doing.

Example:
SQL:
#standardSQL
SELECT
title
FROM (
SELECT
REGEXP_REPLACE(title, '&', '&') as title,
score
FROM
`fh-bigquery.reddit_posts.*`
WHERE
(_TABLE_SUFFIX BETWEEN "2016_01" AND "2018_10")
AND LOWER(subreddit) IN ('legaladvice')
AND score >= 5
AND LENGTH(title) >= 20
)
ORDER BY score DESC
(TIL Resetera has code embedding)
My MPB CPU finally completed its training and generation! Too bad I have a GTX 770 and nothing newer.

https://www.reddit.com/r/CollegeBasketball/comments/afe03m/i_trained_an_ai_on_a_years_worth_of_this_subs/?

My biggest struggles in getting this running was getting Python to work. Holy shit Python dependencies were such a mess on my MPB.
 
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minimaxir

minimaxir

Built an AI that makes better threads than you
Member
May 9, 2018
1,120
My MPB CPU finally completed its training and generation! Too bad I have a GTX 770 and nothing newer.

https://www.reddit.com/r/CollegeBasketball/comments/afe03m/i_trained_an_ai_on_a_years_worth_of_this_subs/?

My biggest struggles in getting this running was getting Python to work. Holy shit Python dependencies were such a mess on my MPB.
Looks like the mods of that subreddit removed it. (some subreddits are like that, which is why I don't unilaterally post them to the subreddits).

On macOS, it should be the easiest to set up the Python dependencies. You may want to look into Homebrew for Python 3 (which includes pip), then pip install the rest.
 

DukeBlueBall

Member
Oct 27, 2017
1,034
Seattle, WA
Looks like the mods of that subreddit removed it. (some subreddits are like that, which is why I don't unilaterally post them to the subreddits).

On macOS, it should be the easiest to set up the Python dependencies. You may want to look into Homebrew for Python 3 (which includes pip), then pip install the rest.
Sigh. That subreddit's mods are really moody at times. They're super strict during times where games are going on. I'll pm one of the mods.
 

Raticus79

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Oct 25, 2017
386
Here's a pattern that could be fun: predict comment counts from titles and then suggest slight improvements to existing titles to have them look more like high-scoring titles, deepdream-style.
 

DukeBlueBall

Member
Oct 27, 2017
1,034
Seattle, WA
Looks like the mods of that subreddit removed it. (some subreddits are like that, which is why I don't unilaterally post them to the subreddits).

On macOS, it should be the easiest to set up the Python dependencies. You may want to look into Homebrew for Python 3 (which includes pip), then pip install the rest.
Turned out i was using a banned site to host the file. It was autoremoved as a result.

I deleted the old thread and recreated it.

https://www.reddit.com/r/CollegeBasketball/comments/affyrv/i_trained_an_ai_on_a_years_worth_of_thread_titles/

Btw, your library is super intuitive and easy to use!
 
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