web statsweb stats AI-generated models: Potential competition for human OnlyFans workers? - FightSaga

AI-generated models: Potential competition for human OnlyFans workers?

By Lee Cleveland, FightSaga - June 8, 2023

TheRRRealist, a website that creates realistic characters and content, could turn out to be a potential danger for human women on the famous uncensored content platform OnlyFans.

Powered by Stable Diffusion software technology, TheRRRealist project is capable of delivering hyper-realistic models with the ability to interact with followers through verbal discourse.

But, she’s not real!
Courtesy: TheRRRealist

TheRRRealist has generated quite a bit of interest with their Twitter account, which shares almost all their content. In addition to this, they are also active on DeviantArt and even have their own payment website for fans and followers to purchase image sets of models. They also offer a free package as well!

(We’re not linking to their Twitter account for obvious reasons. If you want to find it, we trust you’ll find it on your own.)

Thunder thighs. Lol
Courtesy: TheRRRealist

Virtual models could be a major threat to real-life models. They can keep churning out content without any biological limitations like tiring, getting sick, gaining weight, or aging. This leaves real-life models at a clear disadvantage if virtual content gains popularity in the market.

Courtesy: TheRRRealist

Could lonely men possibly fall in love?

Could these fakes actually steal married men?

Dang, just wait until these fakes are actually robots people can touch and physically interact with. That’s my foremost concern.

Recently, Tang Yu, the AI-appointed CEO of NetDragon, succeeded in boosting the value of their Hong Kong Stock by 10%. This has significantly increased the company’s worth and set a new precedent for the potential that AI can bring to the table.

But, they don’t exist!
Courtesy: TheRRRealist

In the year 2018, an AI-powered robot by the name of Michihito Matsuda was put up for a mayoral election in Tokyo as a means to eradicate corruption. Much to everyone’s surprise, it managed to get 4,013 votes and came in third place.

“We believe AI is the future of corporate governance, and our appointment of Miss Tang Yu represents our commitment to truly embrace the use of artificial intelligence to transform the way we operate our business and ultimately drive our future strategic growth,” explained NetDragon president Dejian Liu via Macra.

As a straight male, I have to admit these AI-inspired women are impressive. Very impressive.

… But nothing compares to the real thing.