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An AI recreates the iconic Yamcha scene, but with a loli

Several months have passed since the Artificial Intelligences (AI) They became a trend in social networks, but it was not just one, but a great variety of different AIs began to emerge through the Internet. Obviously one is more popular than others, and that is an extremely important point in development issues.

This is due to the learning method, since As more and more people make use of an AI, it learns more and more to refine its results and provide illustrations that best follow instructions. offered by users. Let’s remember that these AIs work based on the understanding of a text string, which they convert to an illustration.

For example, if the user types: “Michael Jackson as a character from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure”, then the AI ​​will process each part of the instruction and return an image result. Of course, the result does not only depend on the program, since if the user offers a rather ambiguous instruction, it is quite possible that the result will not be as expected.

Anyway, one of the AIs that populate the Internet today is LORAwhich is open-ended but with rather complicated instructions (you can access the module at this linkGood luck with the instructions. A Japanese user was interested in the model, asking the AI ​​to convert the iconic scene from Yamcha defeated in Dragon Ball Zbut like a loli


But that’s not all, it seems that this started a trend and now others have started to make their own requests to the AI ​​with the same theme, although in some images it becomes quite evident that “there is still a lot to improve”:


Fountain: Metaverse Sokuhou Blog

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