AI-generated image. Prompt: "Stunning skyline picture of Detroit at night. Blue sky, hyperrealistic Unreal Engine cool colors futuristic"

Continues from Part 1: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1: Stable Diffusion AI Girls and Google Bard Tales The first part of the post was inspired by Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, the song and album by The Flaming Lips. Part 1 showcased Google Bard and Stable Diffusion storytelling prompts, explored the AI girls digital art trend, and interpreted the lyrics of the song using the creativity of two of the most popular ChatGPT and Bing Chat alternatives: Google Bard and Hugging Chat (more comparisons and AI chatbot battles soon 馃槑). All blog stories inspired by the playlist end …

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An elderly figure bearing resemblance to Rupert Murdoch cradles a miniature Sun in his hands within the vibrant, comic book-style setting. Draped in a formal suit and tie, his enigmatic countenance teeters between ecstatic and sinister. Behind him, a celestial sun figure elegantly encircles his head, casting an aura of intrigue.

Featured image originally published at Airchat voice-to-image. 馃槑 In no more than 150 words, what do you know about the album Saturdays = Youth by M83? 馃 Saturdays = Youth is the fifth studio album by French electronic music band M83, released in 2008 by Virgin Records. The album was produced by Ken Thomas, with co-production by Ewan Pearson and M83 frontman Anthony Gonzalez. The album has a nostalgic and dreamy sound inspired by 1980s pop culture and teen movies. The album received generally positive reviews from critics and spawned four singles: “Couleurs”, “Graveyard Girl”, “Kim & Jessie” and “We …

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馃槑 In 100 to 150 words, what do you know about the album The Queen is Dead by The Smiths?

馃 The Queen is Dead is the third studio album by the English rock band The Smiths, released in 1986. It was produced by the singer Morrissey and the guitarist Johnny Marr, and features songs that range from indie pop to jangle pop to alternative rock. The album’s title and cover art are references to Hubert Selby Jr.’s novel Last Exit to Brooklyn and the French film L’Insoumis, respectively. The album’s lyrics deal with themes such as death, loneliness, love, and the music industry. The album was critically acclaimed and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart. It is widely considered to be one of the best albums of the 1980s and of all time. [Wikipedia] [YouTube]