AI-produced ‘good ending’ images of Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg go viral

Billionaires and tech titans Twitter CEO Elon Musk and Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg have been in the news for their feud. They created quite a stir after answering each other’s cage challenge.

In addition, Musk accused Zuckerberg of “unlawful misappropriation of Twitter trade secrets and other intellectual property” with the introduction of Meta’s Threads as a competitor to Twitter.

In the midst of all this, a user produced a collage of photos using artificial intelligence (AI) depicting a “good ending” between the two billionaires, which quickly became popular on social media. Have a look.

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AI envisions ‘a better future’ for Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg

The good ending ❤️

— Sir Dux de la Moneda ⚔️ (@dogeofficialceo) July 14, 2023

From the ‘cage battle’ allegations to Zuckerberg starting Threads, it’s been a long ride and everyone is enjoying it. In between all this, a Twitter account known as ‘Sir Doge of the Coin’ tweeted an AI-generated collage of both billionaires, imagining a “good ending” for the two. The images are similar to a couples beach photo shoot.

The two billionaires are shown wearing casual clothing (T-shirts and denim) in the shots, which resemble a photo shoot of a couple on a beach vacation. In one of the photos, they are seen holding hands and running on the beach, while in another, they are seen hugging against a beautiful backdrop. In two more photos, they are seen splashing water on the beach separately.

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Elon Musk tweeted about Mark “aggressively”

For those who don’t know, the spat started when Zuckerberg’s firm, Meta, announced plans to set up a text-based social media platform to compete with Twitter. Musk has been taunting Zuckerberg on Twitter with aggressive comments.

zuck is a cuckold

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 9, 2023

Twitter threatened to sue Meta over the release of Threads, alleging that the social media company misappropriated trade secrets and other sensitive information. Legal experts believe the claim could be difficult to prove.

Threads is similar to Twitter, as are the myriad other social networking sites that have sprung up in recent months. It allows you to publish up to 500 characters as well as links, images and videos of up to five minutes in length.

—Mark Zuckerberg (@finkd) July 6, 2023

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