This proves it: the quantum foam is made of puppies. It's puppies all the way down.

"Each frame is recursively fed back to the network starting with a frame of random noise. Every 100 frames (4 seconds) the next layer is targeted until the lowest layer is reached."

It starts going dog-shaped at around 1:45, and we're fully floating in a cosmic background radiation froth of doglizards by 3:45.

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11 Responses:

  1. Injector says:

    When you're an AI trained to recognize breeds of dogs, all you see are dogs.

    What they need to do is train the AI to recognize naked bodies, and feed it pictures of dogs.

  2. Phil says:

    I expect this to be implemented in the next release of XScreenSaver.

  3. phuzz says:

    I must have been watching that too long, because when I pause it, the image seems to be gently receding.

  4. thomas says:

    What i find most worrying is the way it seems to keep moving when i pause it...

  5. Tim says:

    Soundtrack should be a Shephard tone made with dog howls.

  6. John says:

    Conclusive proof that Cyriak is actually just a rogue AI with a buggy image processing algorithm.

    • thielges says:

      Thanks for the laugh. And Cyriak isn't so buggy that he can't pass the Turing test. Or at least he fooled me. Now doubting that I might be a buggy AI.

  7. Dave says:

    Thanks thanks thanks! I could watch that all day.

    I wonder if instead of zooming in we could blend in another image (from a movie, like in the previous ZALGO HE RAVES post) and get more movie-like dreams.

    The zooming-in is soothing, though.

  8. Pavel Lishin says:

    My wife wants to get a dog. I want to get this dog.

  9. thielges says:

    I like how it goes reptilian at about 4:10. The AI has cracked the evolutionary code.

  10. Laura Rubin says:

    I feel like they must've spent the entire time training it on Cyriak's channel.

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