Can You Outsmart AI? ‘Wordalle’ Is ‘Wordle’ That Makes You Guess AI-Created Pics

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Two of the best new gifts to have emerged on Web 2.0—Wordle and DALL-E Mini—have morphed into the third-best thing: Wordalle.

 

Wordalle follows the premise of Wordle; only this time, players are challenged to guess the prompts behind AI-generated images, instead of five-letter words.

 


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For context, there’s a new artificial intelligence tool on the block called DALL-E 2 (named after Salvador Dalí and WALL-E) that can conjure up images of various art styles within seconds, simply by being fed phrases. However, this program isn’t available to the public due to biases that its creators haven’t been able to get rid of, along with concerns that the technology might be used for malice.

Following the announcement of DALL-E 2, a new (unrelated) variation called DALL-E Mini surfaced online. This one can be used by anyone on the internet as its end products aren’t quite as realistic. In fact, they’re the stuff of memes. DALL-E Mini can handle all kinds of prompts, so its hilariously bad results don’t really bother anyone.

The nightmarish images spat out by DALL-E Mini have now inspired a new version of Wordle. Here, you’ll find out if you’re smart enough to guess what AI thinks humans are thinking.

 


Screenshot via Wordalle

If further training is required to beat these overlords, the good news is that Wordalle doesn’t limit players to one puzzle a day. 

See if you can decipher the AI-generated hints below. You can play Wordalle here.

 


Screenshot via Wordalle

 


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[via Boing Boing and Product Hunt, images via Wordalle]

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