When given words like "nuclear bomb," "war," and "apocalypse," NightCafe Creator produced a whole bunch of ominous imagery of cities like London, Moscow, and Washington, D.C., in utter ruin. It also showed hellscapes filled with soldiers and what appear to be the walking dead.
The words "last man on Earth" caused NightCafe Creator to output a "red dawn"-style image of apocalyptic wreckage with human-like beings wandering about with heads down – and nothing beautiful or bright in sight.
In one of the images, fatigue-donned soldiers with large weapons "of the future" and empty faces can be seen roaming around a mountainous landscape in search of things to kill and destroy, while another shows a garlic bulb-like nuclear mushroom cloud over D.C. with the Capitol building clearly visible in the background.
Other pictures generated by the AI program depict large fireballs crashing down on burning cities, all mostly or entirely deserted. Rubble and wreckage are key features in all of the photos with no visible sign of nature or normal life. (Related: The globalists have been planning a food Armageddon as well.)
The future is ugly, to put it simply. At least according to AI, there is no future in which pain, misery, destruction, and death are not the overarching features of everyday life.
Is this what the world has to look forward to? Or is this just another example of AI gone off the rails? With the way things are headed, it does seem as though NightCafe Creator is on to something.
"The AI's visions of nuclear war come as the world sits on a knife edge over Vladimir Putin's brutal war in Ukraine," reported The Sun (United Kingdom) about the images.
"With tens of thousands of troops dead and his army collapsing, Vlad's ultimate fate now seems tied to the conflict – which is the biggest in Europe since World War 2 ... But before he gives up – Putin could press the nuclear button."
The more likely truth, of course, is that Putin is probably winning, and this is all just Western projection and propaganda to set the stage for the globalists to lay the blame elsewhere. Either way, the scenarios depicted in the imagery seem likely, regardless of who causes them.
The way NightCafe Creator works involves a combination of machine learning and a vast neural network from which words and ideas are translated into computer-generate imagery. Such programs are highly controversial, especially when the images they create are branded as "art" and sold for profit.
In this case, NightCafe Creator does not allow for the sale of any AI-generated imagery. Its purpose is simply to inform based on what a "smart" computer pulls up in relation to certain concepts and ideas.
"Russia is thought to have around 2,000 nuclear weapons in their arsenal in the form of small yield missiles, torpedoes and artillery shells," The Sun says.
"Moscow's war doctrine is believed to be open to using nuclear weapons in a conventional conflict as an intimidation tactic – and use of such a weapon must be signed off personally by Putin ... The tactic became known as 'escalate to de-escalate.'"
"With winter looming over Ukraine and the Russian defeats mounting, the world awaits with baited breath to see what Vlad will do next and what response – if any – there will be from the West."
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