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How the last Selfie ever taken on Earth would look like: This is what AI “thinks” – Times of India

TikTok account “Robot Overloads” used OpenAI’s DALL-E AI to generate what it thinks the last selfie ever taken on Earth would look like. To be precise it was asked was asked to produce what it “thinks” would be the last selfie a human ever took on Earth.
The results seem terrifying and creepy to say the least. Every photo looks like that of a ghostly skeleton with some kind of apocalyptic scene in the background. And no surprises, all humans in the four photos are holding smartphones in their hands. All of them appear like mutilated and disfigured humans with oversized eyes popping out and elongated fingers. Interestingly, though the post had 12 million plus views, not too many users were pleased with the results. With many terming the photos from another planet rather than Earth.

Launched in January 2021, DALL-E uses artificial intelligence to create images based on the text you write. It is currently available in beta. It has been named after the surrealist artist Salvador Dali. Recently, the AI system also revealed what it “thinks” is inside a black hole.
What exactly is DALL-E
DALL·E is an AI system that can create realistic images and art from a description in natural language, says the description on its website. It says it can create original, realistic images and art from a text description, can combine concepts, attributes and styles. It claims to use a process called “diffusion,” which starts with a pattern of random dots and gradually alters that pattern towards an image when it recognizes specific aspects of that image. The tool has been available in Beta since July this year.

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