Have you ever thought about the nature of the universe outside the Judeo-Christian concept of creation? I know this is a gaming post, but don’t worry. In a way, Dall-E made me question the fabric of reality and I just needed to share it with all of you, so I’m not alone in my existential crisis.
Dall-E mini (Opens in a new tab) The trend has made waves across the web, popping up in all corners of social media to turn disparate topics together and to imagine what could have been. We even commissioned her to design an 800W RTX 4090 (Opens in a new tab). It has become something of a trend in making AI generate damn sights and things that weren’t there before.
Now we have Dall-E 2 (Opens in a new tab) It is slowly being rolled out to the public, and is a little more advanced than its little brother. Not only can she edit photos well (Opens in a new tab)He has the ability to expand images by generating what he thinks should make sense outside the image frame. We asked artificial intelligence before about the nature of the universe (Opens in a new tab)but I’ve never considered asking an AI to use this format to predict what’s out there.
However, the hat is exactly what I replied (Opens in a new tab) User done with Michelangelo’s famous Sistine Chapel mural, Adam’s Creation. caught our attention in a Twitter share (Opens in a new tab) By FLKDayton, Dall-E has made very distant predictions of how to complete the picture. We assume that they ran the algorithm several times to get it from where the original poster of the image was cut, to the end of the zoom.
This was done using the DALLE-2 neural network to extend Michelangelo’s creation of Adam. pic.twitter.com/sIfTEjXgwO2 July 2022
They actually clipped the plate near the face of God, leaving only the cherub that beats at his head. Their form transforms into God’s body and now God is a big child. Mayhem is already set to 100, and a quick look at the new Adam didn’t give me high hopes for the rest of the video. Boy did you underestimate this AI?
Furthermore, an amorphous flying creature shot out rays of light into the scene, while a disembodied hand emanated from the black clouds above. The scene appears as a disc world, superimposed on a sphere, being lifted by a strange human body with a head torso.
Zoomed out, a group of alien planets and a single elephant-like creature surround the globe, all nestled within the crust of what looks like a cross-section of the planet, a scene that appears to depict the emergence of fire. Alien planets still surround this spectacle, and all of this is inside a clock-like device, hovering over it another amorphous human being (with a very large peck).
Zooming in/out peaks by showing the bright yellow square of the wallpaper on it, decorated with uniform circles of abstract coloring. This is surrounded by the kind of unidentified knack you find on your grandmother’s shelf, and it all ends up simply with a table spread.
This surreal run down to just a slightly odd buffet at the end makes me feel weird inside. It’s like a fever dream for some opium-addicted cosmologists.
The video is getting a lot of attention on Reddit, where the comments are invaluable as always. They range from criticizing people for putting them into randomly generated works of art – which have of course been met with praise for our Lord and Savior RNGsus (Opens in a new tab)—To the references surrounding the mighty Flying Spaghetti Monster, which in turn elicited a very apt quote from Carl Sagan:
“If you want to make apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.”
It’s always weird to think about what lies beyond our visible universe, but when AI can call everything in focus in a frighteningly appropriate way, it really gives me goosebumps. Perhaps everything we know and more has resulted from the spread of the buffet to some alien races.