These AI Generated Pics Of Indian Men & Women From Different States Have Got People Talking. A LOT

Anjali Awasthi

We know how trends easily go viral on the internet and become the talk of the town. Art is a great medium to exhibit culture and diversity- but it can also take a conflicting turn. Amidst this, AI-generated images are doing rounds on social media, and janta is keeping up with this latest trend. 

A Delhi-based artist, Madhav Kohli, created AI images of Indian men and women in their “stereotypical” forms. He captioned the thread, “Indian men created using Stereotypes and ai.”

The artist shared a similar thread for women from different states. Here’s how it looks:

The post has gone viral on the internet and people have a lot of questions about this. Here’s what they said:

https://twitter.com/TejasTemak/status/1608282301418598400?s=20&t=Cp9oms7vmuMGCSqyFiWGOA
https://twitter.com/CalmSilhouette/status/1608091750744338435?s=20&t=Cp9oms7vmuMGCSqyFiWGOA
https://twitter.com/aryadhiraja/status/1608045454608195584?s=20&t=Cp9oms7vmuMGCSqyFiWGOA
https://twitter.com/ilovecocomo/status/1608417757749542914?s=20&t=Cp9oms7vmuMGCSqyFiWGOA

Read more: Indian Stereotypes We Need To Get Over Right Now.

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