Discussion in 'Comics/Art' started by One Too Many, Jan 15, 2022.
A meta commentary about AI generation crated using AI generated text to speech
Reddit users may not be the be the best control group for people paying for things that are fake
What about an AI generated commentary on a meta commentary about AI generation?
Redditors once again showing why they are a joke. On a more serious note, one can already see the avenues AI generated content could make in scamming people. How many desperate virgins and the like will see a pretty picture of a woman and throw money only to fall for the catfish of current year.
Pokemon police officer
Shamefully stolen as always
I could totally see this as a male version of Officer Jenny
Horror themed Submarine, Made in Nightcafe
Spoiler: Edgy words
Press [F] to pay respects to Microsoft's most hilarious PR misfire.
"The DJ 3000" - Eddie Bannon
(not A.I.-made but relevant)
Here is some AI art I generated a year ago and very briefly used as a profile pic:
Prompt was something like 'Jeff the killer on The Muppet Show'
A lot of people on the otome subreddit have been making AIs based on their favorite guys from their games. I don't see the appeal.
Those people need to go outside.
The perfect product for the average Redditer.
throw in having groceries delivered and one would never have to leave it
The worst part is that I can see something like this being funded on Kickstarter.
Frank Sinatra's Fly Me To The Moon but it's Patrick's Voice (AI)
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