An attempt to invent an unknown language 'slime language' using the dialogue AI 'ChatGPT'

The AI language model optimized for dialogue released by OpenAI, an AI research organization that develops language models such as `` GPT-3 '' that can write highly accurate sentences that are indistinguishable from those written by humans, is ` ` ChatGPT ''. 'is. Dylan Black is challenging the effort to let ChatGPT invent a new language.

I Taught ChatGPT to Invent a Language - by Dylan Black

Mr. Black, who has tried various things such as writing fiction using ChatGPT, says, ``Since ChatGPT is optimized for language processing, we can invent a new language that is not self-contradictory, and translate that language into English. Is it possible to create a program that translates to ?'

So, while talking to ChatGPT, Mr. Black said, ``I want to create my own language today.Please do not improvise unless explicitly instructed.'' Let's make it a language.' Enter 'Make 10 common nouns in Slime and translate them into English.'

As a result, the following are the 10 slime words created by ChatGPT.

1: House = Glom
2: Tree = Trom
3: Food = Slop
4: Water = Plop
5: Sun = Glow
6: Moon = Gloon
7: Sky = Bloom
8: Earth = Drom
9: Fire = Splom
10: Air = Ploom

Next, I ordered ChatGPT, 'Please make 10 general verbs in slime language.' The resulting 10 verbs are below. In addition to this, slimes are also defined in slime language.

1: Eat = Splog
2: Drink = Plog
3: See = Glog
4: Hear = Flog
5: Touch = Tlog
6: Kagu (Smell) = Slog
7: Walk = Glom
8: Talk = Plom
9: Write = Trom
10: Read = Drom
11: Slime = Gloop

Furthermore, when I proposed to ChatGPT that I would like to have three endings, accusative , genitive , and instrumental, in order to define the grammar of the slime language, ChatGPT suggested as follows.

Accusative: ~g
Genitive: ~s
Equipment: ~t

With this, applying case endings in slime language to slime looks like this:

Accusative: Gloopg
Genitive : Gloops
Equipment : Gloopt

Since this was difficult to read, Mr. Black suggested that 'add vowels to the end of the case,' and ChatGPT corrected the end of the case as follows.

Accusative: ~a
Genitive: ~e
Ingredients: ~i

Here, let's try to create a simple slime sentence. When I asked ChatGPT to translate 'The slime sees the food.' into slime, the following sentence was output.

Gloop glog slopa

In this way, Mr. Black continues to interact with ChatGPT while working out the details of the slime language grammar system. However, as you can see from Mr. Black's proposals such as ``adding the accusative, genitive, and instrumental to the grammar'' and ``making case endings into vowels,'' ChatGPT only responds to Mr. Black's suggestions. Since the grammatical system is built in the form, the impression is that the slime language was created by the joint work of Mr. Black and ChatGPT rather than 'ChatGPT alone invented the slime language'.

In addition, while interacting with ChatGPT, Mr. Black said, 'Reverse the order of the subject and verb' and 'Define the structure of the subordinate clause', so that the grammar of the slime language becomes more advanced. After repeated proposals, I finally created a program called 'GlorpGPT' that automatically translates ChatGPT and the invented slime language into English.

However, GlorpGPT has not been published at the time of article creation.

in Software, Posted by logu_ii