Russian AI chatbot creates weird nude images of Putin as the Kremlin fumes

The creators of a Russian Artificial Intelligence chatbot have been hauled in front of authorities after creating a "negative image of the country" through bizarre nudes of Vladimir Putin.

Creators of 'Kandinsky', Sberbank, have been summoned to the Russian prosecutor's office as a result of the images, which also included a headless man standing in front of an incorrect version of the Russian flag.

And to add insult to Russian injury, it correctly depicted the Ukrainian flag when prompted by leader of the SRPZP party Sergei Mironov.

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A zombie-like creature was created when the politician asked Kadinsky to illustrate the words "I am a Z-patriot" and "Donbass is Russia" devised an image of a battered old house and a Russian flag.

Mironov said the software helped to create a "negative image of Russia" and he expressed concern this would have on the younger generations in Russia.

“It can be assumed that when creating Kandinsky, the developments of unfriendly states were used and not reworked," he said.

"They will not know what the national flag of Russia looks like, and will believe that Russia is a scientifically backward country.”

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Sberbank chief German Gref said: "Both us and Yandex were immediately brought to the prosecutor’s office.

"We have a model for generating the Russian flag – well, it’s generative, it’s trying to improve it – it also drew domes from St. Basil’s Cathedral on the flag.

"The deputies considered this to be a mockery of our national flag.

"We immediately stopped certain things – it no longer generates state symbols, it generates a predetermined picture."

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He appealed for understanding from the state and said that the software was in a creativity lull and has the potential to unlearn the negative images of Russia.

They came under immense pressure due to the ease of creating explicit pictures of Putin, with the search term 'naked Putin'.

The Sun reported that the Russian government may now charge German Gref for discrediting the Russian army.

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