AI creates real life versions of The Simpsons and leaves people mind-blown
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The advancement in AI over the last few years has scared a lot of people, to the point where some question whether their job will be obsolete in the future.
But while that is a genuine concern many people have, AI can do some pretty cool things in the meantime.
Take The Simpsons, for example, one of the most loved franchises on the planet, that has been watched by billions of people.
Obviously, The Simpsons are yellow, so it is pretty difficult to find live-like replacements for them.
Despite that, people have been left mind blown with the final result.
Someone has taken to Reddit to share the results, starting with the one and only Homer Simpson.
Of course, the main character himself is sitting with a donut and wearing clothes you would truly expect the animated Homer to wear.
Next up is Marge - with the AI-generated real life version looking the spitting image of her cartoon counterpart.
She rocks the iconic marge hair, though some have pointed out the real life version does look rather young compared to how old Marge is in the popular TV series.
Then come the three children - Bart, Lisa, Maggie - and once more, we are looking very similar to the TV show.
Of course, Maggie is only a baby, and a lot of babies look the same, right? So many haven't been left as impressed with that one.
But as for Bart and Lisa, some have even said they are a spitting image to their animated counterpart.
But while that was all the main characters, this clever AI tool has also imagined what some other characters in The Simpsons would look like in real life.
Among them is Flanders, Patty and Selma, Mr Burns, Lenny, Carl, Principle Skinner, Milhouse, Nelson and Groundskeeper Willy.
Many have flocked to the comment section of the Reddit post to give their thoughts on The Simpsons in AI, with some more impressive than others.
"Moe is just perfect. That's how he would look irl," one person pointed out.
A second added: "Marge is the only one that doesn’t work. Everyone else is great."
Meanwhile, a third remarked: "Homer doesn't resemble anything like him except the baldness."