I used Pincelate (a machine learning model of phonetics and spelling I've been working on) to name the deadly sins in between the other deadly sins
@aparrish im a big fan of sleath
Lutten - sexual attraction to food and excess
Gluede - Wanting to own all the food, whether you eat it or not
Sleath - Taking all the bed for yourself
Srath - Simmering hatred that you never act on
Enthe - A sort of indescribable feeling of dread that you'll never own a Tesla
Peine - Being in awe of your partner's genitals
@aparrish Also, sorry if I should have CW'd that. tell me if I should
@aparrish tagging self: srath
@aparrish In various combinations, there are a total of 21 intermediate sins, of which the above are 6. And that's assuming only 2 can be blended at once.
I do like that the ML dataset gave legible names though.
@dzamie Dante puts the sins in order, to correspond with the circles of Hell (which is the order I used here). so I think that these six intermediate stages are of particular interest!
@aparrish Oh, neat!
@aparrish smh at no Prust
@Draekos be the prust you want to see in the world
@aparrish doing my best every day
@aparrish Tag yourself, etc!
@aparrish srath reporting in
@aparrish I would like to tell you how much I appreciate you using Jabberwocky for Pincelate's phoneme frequency analysis.
Peine; not to be confused with the little german town of Peine.
@aparrish The name Lutten sounds adorable. Can I pet the Lutten?
@aparrish Are these the sins that are only mostly deadly, so that they're partly lively?
@aparrish Big fan of srath.
@aparrish hey out of curiosity, how much of a pain is it to set up the training for one of these experiments? asking because i have an idea for one of these but only if it wouldn't put you out
@triz not a lot of setup at all—depending on what you have in mind, I probably don't need to train anything, I can just run with the model I already have
@triz here's what I got:
for good measure, twenty random variations on "patricia" generated by the model:
@aparrish oh my goodness thank you! this rules
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