AI-generated images of policemen carrying heavy Bibles are going viral in a crazy flood of Facebook.

Another trip to Funhouse Mirror Facebook.

Hole Phoebe

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All hail Hole Phoebe.

From shrimp Jesus to 18-wheelers full of babies, Facebook is full of weird, algorithm-hungry AI-generated photos. These strange images are widely published by spammers, who post AI-generated creations with unrelated captions, begging for likes and shares. Now, in the trend of the months, some themes seem to have taken shape. Many of these images deal with themes of religion, often depicting Jesus in increasingly avant-garde interpretations. Photo of many soldiers and veterans. Many attempts to show people in poverty; While many deal with babies and children. (There's also a miscellaneous department, where things like pitbull mermaids fall.)

Another shape that has emerged? Weeping policemen drag Bibles through the rising flood waters. Check out this recently posted photo, which shows one such fake cop branded as a “holephobe” – almost waist-deep in water – as an AI attempts to wrap the “Holy Bible”. .

“Why don't pictures trend like this,” the poster laments in the caption, which he follows with a series of emojis (the photo has garnered thousands of reactions.) “Beautiful cabin crew,” the caption. Continued, before hashtagging celebrity names (mostly female celebrities.)

Variations on the theme naturally include images of child police officers clutching a golden cross in a rising flood. Moving things!

Room on the raft

A visit to the comments section on a post like this shows that while some people weren't quite sold on the photo, others were more convinced.

“Ah yes. The whole Phoebe,” reads one sarcastic comment. “Great book.”

“I love reading Whole Pub,” said another user.

“[Because] Nobody wants to hear the word of God,” another responded, perhaps in response to the question of why such images “never trend”.

“Woman don't cry…” added another Facebook. “The Lord is with you.”

Since Facebook is an undead land of bots and artificial imagery, it's hard to tell how much of the engagement this post has supposedly garnered — currently more than 46,000 likes and nearly 1,000 shares — is real.

Yet he posts like this. Continued Being picked up by Facebook's algorithm feels like a dire sign of the erosion of the social media site's platform, which is now more of an empty, chaotic funhouse for scammers than a website for humans. It seems that. I wish there was room on the whole FOBE for Facebook to avoid the AI ​​flood.

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