Knees  hurt  me when  I  growHanging, Winter 2024
A work constructed at Stanford University that acts as an alternative embodied form of a Masked Language Model. A Masked Language Model is a type of language model that is trained in a fill-in-the-blank style. The training process involves removing, or masking, one word in a sentence, giving that masked sentence to the model, and having it predict the missing word. This technique is useful for question-answering, text generation, and translation. This works aims to inform the audience about the training process of this model in a light hearted manner, along with connecting AI algorithms to a sense of community, self, and divinity.

Updated Febuary 2024