AI creates what Oppenheimer would sound like singing 'Barbie Girl' and people are truly disturbed
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People are flocking to social media in horror over an artificial intelligence's generation of J. Robert Oppenheimer singing 'Barbie Girl'.
Barbie and Oppenheimer have already collided after being released on the same day, with viewers even reporting being able to 'hear the moment the atomic bomb goes off' while they were meant to be immersed in Barbie Land.
Both movies - with critically acclaimed directors and all-star casts - became box office smash hits too.
However, two have become one yet another time and in the weirdest possible way you'd probably never even imagine.
It's certainly something to be heard to be believed. And it doesn't get more Barbenheimer than this.
'Barbie Girl' by Danish-Norwegian band Aqua was first released in April 1997 and in all of its years since it was recorded, I doubt Aqua has ever heard a cover quite like this.
Why would someone use artificial intelligence to create a cover of 'Barbie Girl' sung by Oppenheimer I hear you ask? All I have to say to that, is one Barbenheimer fan clearly thought, 'Why not?!'
In the video - posted by TikTok user @dondurmayi.daily - a black and white image of the original Oppenheimer - not Cillian Murphy, sorry ladies - can be seen in the background.
The caption reads: "Barbie AI Cover by J. Robert Oppenheimer.
"Did you know that Barbie and Oppenheimer takes place in the same universe? This is the closest we will get to 'Barbieheimer'."
And the cover created by AI of Oppenheimer singing the iconic song sounds way too realistic for comfort.
The video has amassed over half-a-million views so far and thousands have flocked to the comments understandably weirded out by the edit.
One TikTok user said: "Imagine showing this to Oppenheimer 80 years ago."
"'Life is your creation'," another wrote.
A third commented: "Wow what a time to be alive."
"This is.... certainly a time to be alive," a fourth echoed.
A fifth added: "This feels like reanimating of a corpse."
And a final getting rather carried away with it all and wanting to creep everyone out even more said: "Someone needs to do an AI of Margot Robbie doing the ‘I am become death’ quote in her Barbie accent."