GPT-3 generated these color scales, given some existing scales and a hue name (or emoji⁉️) as a prompt. Let that sink in.
Give GPT-3 a color scale and an emoji. Get back new scales based on color of the emoji. HOW DOES IT KNOW. violet: [ '#2d1832', '#502b5a', '#753f83', #8e4c9e', '#9f5bb0', '#b683c3', #c9a2d2', '#dbc1e1', '#ebddee', '#f7f1f8' ], 🍑: [

6:31 PM · Jul 12, 2020

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I'm not sure I get what's impressive? It finds colors within the emoji? Don't we have a ton of services already able to get color palettes from images? What am I missing? For example: canva.com/colors/color-palet…
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GPT-3 is a language model. It cannot see the pixels of the emoji. All it sees is the unicode character. This is insane.
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Replying to @hturan
Wow..Is there something GPT-3 can't do
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Replying to @hturan
Which editor is this? What plugin are you using to display color overlays over hex codes?
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