AI show of South Park has been created and it's already gone massively wrong
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With the age of AI upon us, it's no surprise that there's now an AI version of South Park out there. And as you can probably imagine, it's not great.
Given how controversial and close to the line South Park is already, the robot mind behind the AI version had a lot to work with when someone prompted it to come up with its own scenes from the long-running show.
The human mastermind behind the prompts has made a whole TikTok page dedicated to its results, and has so far racked up hundreds of followers who are no doubt just intrigued to see what kind of train wreck it comes up with.
One 20-second scene says it all, really.
The clip features all the main players of the show, including Eric, Kyle, Stan and a not-killed Kenny, as well as welcoming an appearance from Butters.
Things start off relatively tame as the characters are seen wandering around in the snow, with Eric asking: "Hey guys, whatcha doing?"
A couple of the other characters respond to say they're doing 'nothing special', and if it ended there, it could easily be the start of an entirely acceptable South Park episode.
However, it's not long before things take a turn.
After a lengthy, muffled response from Kenny, the scene turns to Butters who comes up with a pretty brazen response to Eric's question.
"I'm over here stroking my d*ck," he says.
Not great, but it gets worse from there.
"I got lotion on my d*ck and I'm stroking my sh*t," Butters adds.
Eric's response is about on par with what I imagine most viewers are thinking to this answer, as he responds: "What the hell, Butters?"
Though it's a pretty startling scene, South Park fans have admitted it's not necessarily much different to what they would have expected from AI.
"They finally made AI south park and it's just as f**ked as i expected," one person wrote after watching the video, while another joked: "this is just a normal south park episode."
The... let's say 'interesting' creation is the latest TV show to undergo the AI treatment, after an AI version of Family Guy was released on Twitch and swiftly got banned because it violated the website’s ‘Community Guidelines and Terms of Service’.
I think it's safe to say TV writers are probably safe for now, given that AI hasn't quite learned how to toe the line just yet, but it's definitely one we should keep our eye on!