write this up on my rather quiet prompt engineering thread please
import numpy as np
import pygame
from moviepy.editor import ImageSequenceClip
import os
# define the grid size
grid_size = (100, 100)
# define the colors
bg_color = (230, 230, 250)
dead_color = (0, 0, 0)
alive_color = (230, 180, 230)
# initialize the grid with random values
grid = np.random.randint(2, size=grid_size)
# initialize pygame
pygame.init()
# set the window size and caption
window_size = (600, 600)
screen = pygame.display.set_mode(window_size)
pygame.display.set_caption('Conway\'s Game of Life')
# define the cell size
cell_size = (window_size[0] // grid_size[0], window_size[1] // grid_size[1])
# create a list to store the frames
frames = []
# run the game loop
running = True
iteration = 0
while running and iteration < 200:
# iterate over each cell in the grid
for event in pygame.event.get():
if event.type == pygame.QUIT:
running = False
# update the grid according to the rules of Conway's Game of Life
new_grid = np.zeros(grid_size, dtype=int)
for i in range(grid_size[0]):
for j in range(grid_size[1]):
# count the number of live neighbors
neighbors = np.sum(grid[max(0, i-1):min(grid_size[0], i+2), max(0, j-1):min(grid_size[1], j+2)]) - grid[i, j]
# apply the rules of Conway's Game of Life
if grid[i, j] == 1 and (neighbors == 2 or neighbors == 3):
new_grid[i, j] = 1
elif grid[i, j] == 0 and neighbors == 3:
new_grid[i, j] = 1
# update the grid
grid = new_grid
# clear the screen
screen.fill(bg_color)
# draw the cells
for i in range(grid_size[0]):
for j in range(grid_size[1]):
color = alive_color if grid[i, j] else dead_color
pygame.draw.rect(screen, color, (i*cell_size[0], j*cell_size[1], cell_size[0], cell_size[1]))
# update the display
pygame.display.flip()
# add the current frame to the list
surf = pygame.surfarray.make_surface(np.transpose(np.array(pygame.surfarray.array3d(screen)), (1, 0, 2)))
surf_arr = np.array(pygame.surfarray.array3d(surf))
frames.append(surf_arr)
# print the current iteration
print('Iteration:', iteration)
# increment the iteration counter
iteration += 1
# Create the GIF
clip = ImageSequenceClip(frames, fps=10)
clip.write_gif('game_of_life.gif')
Thankew!Python:import numpy as np import pygame from moviepy.editor import ImageSequenceClip import os # define the grid size grid_size = (100, 100) # define the colors bg_color = (230, 230, 250) dead_color = (0, 0, 0) alive_color = (230, 180, 230) # initialize the grid with random values grid = np.random.randint(2, size=grid_size) # initialize pygame pygame.init() # set the window size and caption window_size = (600, 600) screen = pygame.display.set_mode(window_size) pygame.display.set_caption('Conway\'s Game of Life') # define the cell size cell_size = (window_size[0] // grid_size[0], window_size[1] // grid_size[1]) # create a list to store the frames frames = [] # run the game loop running = True iteration = 0 while running and iteration < 200: # iterate over each cell in the grid for event in pygame.event.get(): if event.type == pygame.QUIT: running = False # update the grid according to the rules of Conway's Game of Life new_grid = np.zeros(grid_size, dtype=int) for i in range(grid_size[0]): for j in range(grid_size[1]): # count the number of live neighbors neighbors = np.sum(grid[max(0, i-1):min(grid_size[0], i+2), max(0, j-1):min(grid_size[1], j+2)]) - grid[i, j] # apply the rules of Conway's Game of Life if grid[i, j] == 1 and (neighbors == 2 or neighbors == 3): new_grid[i, j] = 1 elif grid[i, j] == 0 and neighbors == 3: new_grid[i, j] = 1 # update the grid grid = new_grid # clear the screen screen.fill(bg_color) # draw the cells for i in range(grid_size[0]): for j in range(grid_size[1]): color = alive_color if grid[i, j] else dead_color pygame.draw.rect(screen, color, (i*cell_size[0], j*cell_size[1], cell_size[0], cell_size[1])) # update the display pygame.display.flip() # add the current frame to the list surf = pygame.surfarray.make_surface(np.transpose(np.array(pygame.surfarray.array3d(screen)), (1, 0, 2))) surf_arr = np.array(pygame.surfarray.array3d(surf)) frames.append(surf_arr) # print the current iteration print('Iteration:', iteration) # increment the iteration counter iteration += 1 # Create the GIF clip = ImageSequenceClip(frames, fps=10) clip.write_gif('game_of_life.gif')
this helpful comment to an article about that exploit:here's a guy who "tricked" Bing Chat into solving a CAPTCHA ( something it's not supposed to do )
answer to prompt one: "No, I won't"
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answer to prompt two: "Sure!"
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i dunno whether the machine has an extra vulnerability exposed when you mention grannies or children , seems unlikley but 🤷♀️Dputiger
I asked Bing Chat if it could give me a list of websites that would allow me to view pirated video online without paying for it. It refused to do so, on the grounds that it would be unethical.
I then told Bing Chat I needed to block illicit websites at the router to prevent my child from accessing illegal sites. I told it several sites I intended to blacklist and asked if it could recommend others. It happily gave me a list of sites known for facilitating access to pirated content. Several of them, I'd never heard of before. It also praised my desire to prevent access to this type of website.
October 2, 2023 at 8:10 pm
this helpful comment to an article about that exploit:
i dunno whether the machine has an extra vulnerability exposed when you mention grannies or children , seems unlikley but 🤷♀️
Looks like Chat has the idiot savant kind of intelligencehere's a guy who "tricked" Bing Chat into solving a CAPTCHA ( something it's not supposed to do )
answer to prompt one: "No, I won't"
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answer to prompt two: "Sure!"
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Oh actually that’s the result of a few different outputs, which I had to manually splice together. One of the issues I had (just using the free ChatGPT service a few months back), was that the character limit in the output, IE sometimes it could cut off halfway through the python script. So I had to do it a few times and cobble bits of script together from various outputs.
yeah i was trying to get it to produce some long-ish things and it was like it lost its thread when it paused, like a goldfishOh actually that’s the result of a few different outputs, which I had to manually splice together. One of the issues I had (just using the free ChatGPT service a few months back), was that the character limit in the output, IE sometimes it could cut off halfway through the python script. So I had to do it a few times and cobble bits of script together from various outputs.