Creepy DALL-E mini AI asked to predict last selfie taken on Earth and it’s horrifying

A TIKTOK account dedicated to asking artificial intelligence disturbing questions revealed what the DALL-E mini AI thinks the last selfie on Earth would look like.

Aptly named “Robot Overloards” the TikTok account promises “daily disturbing AI-generated images”.


DALL-E mini AI predictions for the last selfie ever taken are horrifyingCredit: TikTok
Each generated image is very creepy and looks like a disaster scene


Each generated image is very creepy and looks like a disaster sceneCredit: TikTok

The account asked the DALL-E mini AI image generator to show what “the last selfie ever taken” will look like.

Several images were produced and they’re not for the faint-hearted.

Each AI-generated image shows apocalyptic scenes.

They all include mutilated humans holding phones as chaos ensues around them.

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Earlier this year, the DALL-E mini image generator started going viral after the internet discovered its ability to create funny and disturbing images.

DALL-E mini has since changed its name to Craiyon and is in the process of redirecting users to its new website.

The change came to avoid confusion with another AI called DALL-E that was created by OpenAI.

Created in 2021, DALL-E is known as a transformer language model that can turn almost any idea into images.

“It receives both the text and the image as a single stream of data containing up to 1280 tokens and is trained using maximum likelihood to generate all of the tokens, one after another,” according to Open AI.

“This training procedure allows DALL·E to not only generate an image from scratch but also to regenerate any rectangular region of an existing image that extends to the bottom-right corner, in a way that is consistent with the text prompt.”

DALL-E mini, now Craiyon was named after Pixar’s Wall-E, according to The Big Issue.

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Even though DALL-E mini creates some disturbing images, there’s no need to worry about it.

The AI ​​is basing its creations on information humans have given it and is in no way predicting the future despite conspiracy theories suggesting as much.

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