After pressing create, the AI creates a cringe-worthy feed post.
Since its August 15 launch, the generator has swept the internet.
The generator examines 100,000 viral app posts to generate the generator.
When a post gets viral on the internet, it is either for two reasons: one, it is really cringy and apparently quirky, or two, or it is tied to someone famous. Statistics favour the first option. While LinkedIn might not seem like an app that would contain posts like this, it is after all, a social media app albeit one meant for individuals looking for jobs and those trying to give them.
There is a viral post generator made exclusively for LinkedIn, and well the generator itself went viral and got so famous that a company paid real money to buy the thing.
The generator includes prompts like what did you do today and asks for a piece of inspirational advice. The post then provides you with the choice to modify the cringe level of the post. After pressing create, the AI creates a cringe-worthy feed post.
Marketer Tom Orbach built the AI-powered generator. Since its August 15 launch, the generator has swept the internet.
The AI examined 100,000 viral app posts to generate the generator. The generator may then automatically make hateful posts.
The results that came in after were both humorous and magnificent in themselves. The internet loved how entertaining they were. The posts were diverse.
Most of it was just meaningless advice that was just attempting to be informative. Following your dreams and ignoring haters were two pieces of advice.
Overall, it was a nice experience, and the testing was hilarious because we all need a good laugh.
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