Photography began in the world in the 1830s in France. From black and white pictures to Colorful’s journey was quite exciting. After this, many other types of pictures came out from 3D. Selfie revolutionized this direction. After the invention of selfie, now you do not have to depend on anyone else to take pictures. But have you ever wondered what the world’s last selfie would look like? On social media, a person posted a glimpse of the world’s last selfie.
Tiktok user Robot Overlords has created these pictures through AI Images. Its results were quite disturbing. When the world is about to end, your heart will tremble after seeing the selfie taken. The pictures created by artificial intelligence technology are intimidating. These are created by the DALL-E mini AI image generator. These pictures are becoming quite viral on social media. On this, people make pictures of him by making very strange requests. In this, the robot had requested to show the world’s last selfie.
sign of destruction of earth
This user shared a video some time back in which he requested to be shown the world’s last selfie on the DALL-E mini AI image generator. But when its result came out, people were even more surprised. These images are not for the weak hearted. The humans seen in these pictures are seen mutilated in many ways. Along with this, the devastation of the earth can be clearly seen in the background. Most of the people seen in the pictures are only visible bone structure. Along with this, his face also looks very scary.
Scary comments made by people
Ever since the robot has shared these pictures, it has started being discussed among the people. Commenting on this, many people wrote that only seeing them is scared. One wrote that the fear visible in their eyes is enough to scare them. One wrote that what is happening now is not enough to scare that now this too? Many users wrote that it is not known how the world will end but the way it will happen will be quite scary.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : July 30, 2022, 15:02 IST