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People spot creepy new detail as AI turns famous Oscars selfie into a video

People spot creepy new detail as AI turns famous Oscars selfie into a video

Did you notice the change?

It seems like everyday there's a new way that AI is leaving us feeling really creeped out and unsettled.

Everyday is a learning day for Artificial Intelligence, with the software rapidly learning from its human overlords. AI can already create its own Drake song, freakish predictions for the future of mankind and your homework, but the software isn't stopping there.

Turns out memes are the latest thing to get the AI treatment with Luma AI's Dream Machine turning the internet's most viral moments into videos after existing for just five days.

Remember this photo?

Times were so much simpler in 2014. (X/ @EllenDeGeneres)
Times were so much simpler in 2014. (X/ @EllenDeGeneres)

Rewind back 10 years to 2014 and the world was a very different place, Scotland was holding an independence referendum, Luis Suarez made the headlines for bitting Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup and AI wasn't the elephant in the room in regards to the future of mankind.

It was also the year that talk show host Ellen DeGeneres went viral for taking a star-studded selfie at the Oscars.

After squeezing Meryl Streep, Bradley Cooper, Jared Leto, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Jennifer Lawrence, Kevin Spacey, Lupita Nyong'o and Channing Tatum into frame, DeGeneres shared the post on Twitter (now X).

While DeGeneres' declaration that it was the 'best photo ever' now seems a little exaggerated, social media in 2014 certainly thought differently, with the image getting over 2.9 million retweets.

But it seems AI is a bit behind on the times as Luma's Dream Machine has now turned the selfie into a video and its seriously creepy.

Take a look at it below:

Who the hell is the guy on far right?

AI's decision to straight up invent a mystery man in sunglasses has made quite the impression on social media, leaving many users in hysterics.

"Losing my s**t laughing at the guy the AI invented to the right of the frame in the sunglasses who looks baffled to be there like he just realised he appeared into existence," one person commented, while another joked: "AI is so intelligent it just spawned agent smith."

"Can’t stop laughing at the guy it invents on the right," a third wrote.

Something's not right here. (Luma)
Something's not right here. (Luma)

The confused man in sunglasses wasn't the only error users pointed out in the clip either, with someone noting that Angelina Jolie remained completely frozen while Brad Pitt was given some serious Lego man hair.

Maybe its time to switch off the internet, go outside and touch grass.

Featured Image Credit: (Luma)

Topics: AI, Artificial Intelligence, Celebrity, Twitter, Oscars