11 of the weirdest DALL-E-generated images on the internet

11 of the weirdest DALL-E-generated images on the internet

Despite the existential horrors that come from the ever-increasing wealth of knowledge gained by artificial intelligence — they sure do know how to create art. And now, the internet is making the most of this technology to generate some epically weird images with the help of DALL-E Mini.

Named after the surrealist artist himself, Salvador Dali, DALL-E uses artificial intelligence to create images based on the text you write (no matter how weird). For example, if we typed in “Elon Musk trapped in space,” the AI ​​would spin up images of the billionaire eternally trapped in the void of space (or one could hope so).

DALL-E was originally invented in 2021 by OpenAI but the images created were often grainy, inaccurate, and time consuming to generate. However, OpenAI has improved the software significantly, resulting in DALL-E 2 — a powerful new model that performs far better. DALL-E 2 is slowly being rolled out to the public via a waitlist but the version available to the public, DALL-E Mini, has provided some great results so far.


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Twitter has been lighting up with some wonderfully interesting images from Cthulhu making an appearance on Sesame Street to a giant lobster playing basketball. So we took it upon ourselves to find 11 of the weirdest images we could find created by DALL-E.

“Nosferatu in Rupaul’s Drag Race”

“Darth Vader ice fishing”

“Jesus Christ on fire break dancing”

“The Demogorgon from Stranger Things holding a basketball”

“A bottle of ranch testifying in court”

“Ronald McDonald performs open-heart surgery”

“Duolingo trail cam”

“Santa taking a picture in a tornado”

“Walter White in Animal Crossing”

“Thanos looking for his mom in a Wal-mart”

“R2D2 getting baptized”

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