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Nicolas Cage Appears In This Viral Image Of Two Girls With Pizza (If You Do It Right)

AI optical illusions have blown up the Internet no doubt thanks to a plethora of apps that make such images easier to create than ever. That being said, the technology still has a ways to go to produce genuinely impressive results, the gimmick with most of these being that viewers must squint their eyes to where they’re practically closed to see the intended effect. Additionally, the content of the images tends to be utterly horrifying. But while two Cronenbergian women holding pizza is one thing, a far more obscure trend is taking over social media.

As detailed by author Jason Pargin on TikTok, numerous Facebook accounts have begun posting AI-generated images of Jesus Christ, many of which feature sea creatures. Despite how off-putting they can be, they often receive thousands of likes, which begs the question of if those likes come from bots. And if bots are also creating these images, then Facebook is filled with posts of bots liking other bots’ content, meaning the Dead Internet theory is alive and well. And yet plenty of real Facebook users are interacting with posts of shrimp Jesus as well.

If the idea that AI is creating more content than human beings terrifies you, you’re not alone. Nicolas Cage himself detests AI, telling Yahoo! Entertainment, “AI is a nightmare to me. It’s inhumane.” So let it be a comfort to all that even though his Superman cameo was among the most embarrassing CGI moments in “The Flash,” it wasn’t generated by artificial intelligence.

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