Elon Musk told ‘that’s what she said’ after warning X-rated AI is ‘coming’

After a stark warning that artificial intelligence porn is coming, Twitter chief Elon Musk was met with a flurry of dirty clap backs.

As always, Musk, 51, was chiming in on his social media site and commented on a meme that showed the grim reaper appearing to dispose of various forms of communication, or porn mediums.

The reaper knocks at a door with the words 'Generative AI' on it, having disposed of the internet, cable TV and home videos in bloody fashion.

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On his scythe is the word 'porn', appearing to suggest that the aforementioned communication forms were popular ways of viewing and sharing X-rated content.

Generative AI refers to a category of artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms that generate new outputs based on the data they have been trained on, according to Visualcapitalist.

The meme appears to indicate that the internet porn – as well as homemade and Cable TV porn – is dead and that generative AI will soon become the leader in the adult industry.

"It's coming," the 51-year-old billionaire Tesla CEO replied to the meme shared by Trung Phan, that bore the caption 'The history of tech innovation, explained'.

Naturally, the responses to Musk were decidely filthy. "That's what she said," said a meme by a user called Irish Dave.

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Several people seemed to think the word 'coming' meant something else, and commented: "I see what you did there."

"So am I once it comes," added another person.

'AI Generated porn' is already a category on leading porn website PornHub, and a website that generates original porn images of women using artificial intelligence has already launched.

Porn Pen launched in August 2022, allowing users to generate a new porn image of a woman or nude anime character.

It has been likened to Stable Diffusion, an AI site that generates images based on word prompts. People used it to create porn and deepfakes of celebrities, so the company released an updated version with more stringent parameters.

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