March 30, 2022 4:56 PM   Subscribe

I’ve been experimenting with AI/machine learning recently, and trained my latest build on the complete set of 898 pokemon currently included in the pokemon.com database (as of 2021). To avoid contaminating the results, only information gleanable from the official pokedex was made available to my AI. Everything here therefore was clearly extrapolatable by inference from the dataset, even in cases where this seems unlikely. In the course of the experiment, 49 non-official Pokemon were generated. The full results (with notes) can be found at the link above.

Just some silliness really. Also available at this twitter thread, if you prefer.

If you enjoyed this you might also like some previous semi-similar things I made: A Book Of Beasts (monsters); A Cast Of Characters (people, places, portents); Fifteen Monsters All In A Row (choose your own adventure monsters); and Generative Texts (more pretend generative art tomfoolery).
Role: writer, illustrator
posted by dng (1 comment total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

I'd main craaaaaaaaaaaaaaab
posted by Going To Maine at 9:55 AM on March 31, 2022 [1 favorite]

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