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LookingGlass is an imaginary-web (𝑖web)
browser. It lets you visit websites that do
not exist concretely, and also allows you
to treat any text as having hyperlinks.
An imaginary-web browser requires a LM such as GPT-3, Codex or GPT-j to generate websites and is designed to provide the means to surf the imagination of the AI through the guise of a web-browser interface.
It’s a very practical tool that [as an example] lets you create tutorials for topics that have not had somebody explicitly create tutorials for, and allows you to infer what might be behind the 404, if you come across a website which has been taken down.
LookingGlass is the first imaginary web browser (to
my knowledge), but it is shamelessly inspired
moire’s precocious demonstration of
GPT-3’s mirror internet.
LG utilises Language Models, MultiModal-Models
and World Models in order to create a
web-browsing experience in the imagination of
multiple AI systems. But it gives you
interactive control over the imagination of
How to browse with LookingGlass v1.0i
How to search
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