AI Creates what ‘Average Driver’ looks like for Each Car Brand and Leaves Drivers Mad

An AI experiment aiming to create the representation of an ‘average’ driver for various car brands has left many individuals dissatisfied with the results.

Artificial intelligence has become a popular tool on the internet, with people utilizing it to generate images depicting stereotypical individuals based on nationality or state. Recently, a Reddit user decided to feed a range of car names into a program to see what AI-generated images of the ‘average’ drivers would look like. However, the outcomes have triggered mixed reactions, often leading to disappointment among the drivers associated with each brand.

As with any AI-generated images, there are inherent challenges in achieving a realistic depiction. For example, the image of the so-called ‘average’ Mini driver presents an overly vibrant orange hue, along with an oddly contorted left hand and a tie improperly worn over the collar.

The average Mini driver is apparently an old man who's really into the colour orange. Credit: Reddit/u/8bitremixguy

Another AI representation showcases the ‘average’ Toyota Prius driver, accompanied by the vehicle itself, both excessively adorned in pink fluff. The peculiar decision to add two fuzzy pink patches of hair atop the Prius is perplexing, while the driver is seen sporting a fluffy pink dressing gown and a matching hat.

Why is the Toyota Prius pink and fluffy? Credit: Reddit/u/8bitremixguy

The AI program even situates the cars in what it deems their natural environments. One such instance is the image of a supposed Rolls Royce driver, causing a traffic jam as they indulge in a vanity photoshoot. While some find these depictions accurate, other drivers argue that the AI has missed the mark entirely.

Mr Rolls Royce looks like some guy who tries to convince you his wealth doesn't come from his parents. Credit: Reddit/u/8bitremixguy

The AI-generated image of the ‘average’ Ford F-150 driver has drawn criticism, appearing as a cross between a wannabe cowboy and a character reminiscent of a stereotypical serial killer from a less populated region. However, many claim that the actual Ford demographic consists of suburbanites who rarely encounter dirt roads.

One of the more controversial AI images was of the Ford F150. Credit: Reddit/u/8bitremixguy

Fortunately, the AI seems to have captured the essence more effectively for some larger vehicle brands. The depiction of the ‘average’ Mercedes G-Class driver portrays an individual likely to travel to Dubai solely to pose for Instagram pictures.

That thing hasn't got a speck of dust on it, the AI got it spot on this time. Credit: Reddit/u/8bitremixguy

In contrast, the ‘average’ Hummer driver has transformed their vehicle into a flashy and extravagant gas-guzzling monstrosity.

They got Mr Hummer down to a tee. Credit: Reddit/u/8bitremixguy

Their conversation would likely revolve around cars much larger than necessary, resulting in a dull exchange for those uninterested in such matters, although they themselves would find it enjoyable.

While the AI experiment successfully generated an individual for each car brand, some have committed grave fashion offenses. The ‘average’ Tesla driver, for example, appears to have fashioned a leopard-print carpet into a coat, and unfortunately, their regrettable mustache choice further detracts attention from their appearance.

How can AI so perfectly capture the pretentious air of someone who worships Elon Musk on Twitter but not get hands? Credit: Reddit/u/8bitremixguy

Despite recent advancements, AI still struggles with accurately depicting human anatomy and often exhibits an affinity for specific color schemes, prominently featuring the color orange.

In conclusion, while the AI experiment aimed to create representations of ‘average’ drivers for each car brand, the outcomes have sparked both disappointment and amusement, emphasizing the limitations of AI-generated imagery and its ability to capture the nuances of human characteristics and fashion choices.

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