Last feedback question – final comments

Q6 – Please comment on anything else you noticed. (There was no Likart scale.) Summary All comments were positive and neutral in this final section. Four plagiarism comments and one fake news comment were also in here (and have been moved), showing it is useful to have a general question at the end to pick Continue Reading

What emotions did people feel using the text generator?

After the experiments, Question 2 was “I felt emotional when the generated text appeared. Which emotions did you feel, please describe?” Summary Two thirds of people (64%) were emotionally involved in their text generation experiments. Many emotions were raised. A third (36%) professed no emotion, or indicated none but added a named feeling. Of the Continue Reading

Did people enjoy using the text generator?

After the three experiments, people were first asked two related questions. Question 1 “Enjoyment (what was Most and Least enjoyable)”. Summary People most liked the stimulation of a responsive ideas generator, rather than expecting the system to actually write coherent relevant text. The ‘least interesting’ question produced more specific replies, and specific complaints about the Continue Reading

Sentiment Analysis of Caption, News and Fiction text generation experiments

From: text generation editor research (UAL London 2020 see credits). What happens when writers use a computer text generator to write articles, giving them only an image prompt. Go to Index of AI research Sentiment Analysis The Study had three text generation and editing tasks, to make a Caption,  a News article, and a Fiction Continue Reading

Fake News – what do real writers think about it? AI research

I examined in August 2020 research (UAL London see credits) what happens when writers use a computer text generator to write articles, giving them only an image prompt. There is a summary of the Study in the Index. Go to Index of AI research Fake News – (or ‘fake news’) what do real writers think Continue Reading

Stats explanation – boxplots

BOXPLOTS or ‘box-and-whisker’ plots Go to Index of AI research I will try to explain what the boxplot, a visual summary, or graphic visualisation of data, means by showing actual data. [If required – BACK to blog ‘People get emotional – text generation’ in my 2020 study] This plots data for Occupation (eg, Other, Student, Continue Reading