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AI Creates Mullet-Wearing US Presidents: A Must-See Twitter Thread

Mar. 03, 2023.
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AI generates every US president with a mullet and it's surprisingly cool! See the pictures here.

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Lewis Farrell

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If you enjoy hilarious mashups of history and pop culture, you must see this Twitter thread of AI-generated images of every US president… with one major difference. That’s right, they’re all rocking fashionable mullets! Cam Harless created these 46 (or 47, if you count the mulleted Benjamin Franklin) US presidents with the image-generating AI system Midjourney, and they look surprisingly cool with business-in-the-front, party-in-the-back hairdos.

From JFK to Obama, modern presidents are looking especially dapper in their trendy jewelry, sunglasses, and unbuttoned shirts. Meanwhile, with their flowing locks, some of the older presidents, such as Abraham Lincoln and James Buchanan, look downright badass. However, not everyone came out looking like a winner, as Richard Nixon resembles a Batman villain and George H.W. Bush’s mullet is pure chaos.

While there are legitimate ethical concerns about AI image generators, this thread demonstrates the incredible creativity and fun that can result from using this technology. So, if you’re looking for some seriously patriotic laughs and a new perspective on your favorite presidents, check out this must-see Twitter thread!

Source: Futurism (link)
Images: MidJourney, Prompts by Lewis Farrell

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