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AI was asked what dreams look like and the results are scarily accurate

A content creator used AI to illustrate dreams and the results are weird and wonderful

AI was asked what dreams look like and the results are scarily accurate
Cover Image Source: YouTube I @BrainBoost369

Dreams play a significant role in our lives, with many believing they offer insights into our deepest thoughts, emotions, and fears. However, recalling dreams after waking can be challenging. Addressing this, an Instagram user (@bagdelete) shared a videooffering a glimpse into the nature of dreams.

Representative Image Source: Pexels I Photo by Andrea Piacquadio
Representative Image Source: Pexels I Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

 Using artificial intelligence, the artist created intense illustrations. The simulation begins with chaos: a fish hovers above the sea and flies into a house, causing an explosion that transforms the house into an airplane and then back into a fish. The AI-generated dream, set underwater, features "Finding Nemo"-like elements with numerous fish appearing. It also includes houses and planes popping up and down on the screen.

It is almost hard to keep track of the objects that appear and disappear within seconds and are flooded over by brightly colored waves.

AI offers a glimpse into how our minds operate in dream mode. Since most dreams don't make sense, these AI visuals should be viewed with a grain of salt.


 
 
 
 
 
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The AI-generated dream also made its way to X (previously Twitter) as the original creator of the simulation (@bagdelete) reposted the clip on the platform. With 615,000 views, it is evident that many people found the video very interesting. It was reposted on many social platforms, including YouTube, where @Brainboost369 provided a floating caption "Asked AI what dreams look like." @historyinmemes, a popular X handle also reposted the video gaining over 5.6 million views. The simulation received positive reactions as some people praised the depiction. 



 

"This is both beautiful and terrifying," commented @mindsetofstoics. On the flip side, the clip also left some viewers terrified. Many users, after watching the AI versions of a dream, were curious about what the nightmare version would look like. @LuxuryLifeLived was baffled by the video and commented, "This looks terrifying actually." @easecn added, "Dreams feel like diving into a world of endless possibilities and excitement."

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