Baby names generated by a neural network


#1

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#2

It produced a lovely collection of names

Grapfoy.


#3

Don’t tell the mormons! @slybevel :wink:

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#4

I dated a “Zolena” in Russia, wow she had some gams on her, indeed.


#5

I dated a “Racky” once in… no, just kidding, I didn’t.


#6

This should shorten the wait for George R. R. Martin’s next novel.


#7

Ducky

That neural network is plagiarizing!


#8

Schmeklyflopgrill56 - BAM! I’m a baby name making machine! I can do this all day. Nipslipplesmith <- feel free to name your kid that. c’mon people, it’s not that hard.


#9

Is it just me or do a lot of them sound like the Hogwart’s Class of 2032.


#10

Hmph. I named my son John.


#11

Bookmarked for my next D&D campaign: Cervyn, the Eldritch Lord of Amanie


#12

Now considering fathering a child just so I can use one of these. Which is more thought than most people put into becoming a parent. :wink:


#13

This has a very strong whiff of third-rate 1970 fantasy series (novel, film; take your pick) about it.


#14

Is “Seven” in there? Or “Soda”?


#15

Pathfinder rules, D&D drools.


#16

I was always more of a Traveller guy myself, but then they have random generators already if I need some Vilani, K’Kree, Droyne, Aslan, Zhodani or Vargr names!


#17

To me, most of the names read as feminine, and the remainder are mostly androgynous. Few appear to be boys names. I wonder what this means about the linguistic cues we use in names to indicate gender, and also what this neural net has actually learned about names.


#18

Apocalypse World forever!


#19

Please stay on topic. The password generator thread is over there.


#20

“Kresty” and “Kranki” are excellent descriptions of most babies, so this is perfect.