Нейронную сеть натренировали на knock-knock jokes, и она начала шутить странно, но местами забавно. Как вам, например, такое? (это отчасти плагиат известной шутки, но концовку нейронка подредактировала - в оригинале там "if you pay me back")
Knock Knock
Who’s There?
Ireland who?
Ireland you money, butt.
Самая крутая шутка там в конце, спойлерить не буду

In Which a Neural Network Learns to Tell Knock-Knock Jokes

The neural network can be trained to write recipes, invent Pokemon, and invent superhero names. But can it learn to tell a joke?<br/><br/> @researchbuzz generously provided me with a list of 200 knock-knock jokes - brief and highly formulaic, they seemed to be the form of joke best-suited for a neural network to reproduce. I figured it would quickly learn the formula, but would never, never manage to tell an actual joke. <br/><br/> It proved me wrong. <br/><br/> Very early on, the network figured out that question marks were important somehow, as were the words “Knock” and “who” in some mysterious way:<br/><br/><br/> Koo k ano? ? Khnck Knock oae?t rA  noc? Knock Woock Whecr lwhot h o nwoe hio<br/><br/><br/> In very short order, it learned to begin a knock-knock joke, and almost never got that part wrong again. But the rest of the formula took quite a while to figure out, and the algorithm frequently devolved into playing a game of telephone with itself:<br/><br/><br/> Knock Knock Who’s There? Iane Aatar who? Aaane who? Aan who? Anac who? Iobe who? Irata who?<br/><br/><br/> Next…
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