How Zelensky, Macron and Putin would look in Pixar cartoons: Artificial Intelligence drew leaders and an occupant

Alina MilsentLife
Volodymyr Zelensky, Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz as cartoon characters

The capabilities of artificial intelligence regarding illustrative images are truly astounding. With properly formulated keywords, a neural network can implement any user request - all it takes is a precise text description of the future image.

Midjourney recently published an interesting selection - a neural network showed famous world politicians as characters from popular Pixar cartoons. How do cartoon Vladimir Zelensky, Emmanuel Macron Olaf Scholz and others look - read in the material (to see the photo, make the news to the end).

A set of algorithms allows artificial intelligence to quickly and efficiently recognize patterns in query processing. The neural net is formed through elements of program code, with individual neurons perceiving and working through input words.

The Midjourney network was developed by American scientist David Holtz. According to the Midjourney team, the system can be considered an independent laboratory for expanding creativity. It is not the only neural network capable of generating an image, but its special feature is accessibility and ease of use - any user can access the network.

Pixar is one of the largest animation studios in the world. Among the famous animated films are "Toy Story," "Monsters Inc.", "Finding Nemo," " The Incredibles," "Brave," "Luke," "Ratatouille," etc. Let's see how the world leaders and the president of the aggressor country, Vladimir Putin, would look like cartoon characters.


Earlier OBOZREVATEL told that artificial intelligence has generated an image of the burning Kremlin performed by prominent artists - Dali, Picasso, Klimt and others.

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