Currently, artificial intelligence (AI) has taken the world by storm. Almost every day we get to see people trying their hands on various AI applications to solve various purposes. It seems renowned chef Vikas Khanna too couldn't hold himself from using it. What happened next? He made Mona Lisa eat delicious desi foods. You heard us. In a Twitter post, Chef Vikas spoke about his latest creation - an AI image. In the image, we could see the famous art of Leonardo Da Vinci sitting in front of a table, loaded with various Indian dishes. We could spot a paneer dish too! “Ok I did this with AI. Mona Lisa enjoying Indian Food," he captioned the post.
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The image became an instant hit. It spread smiles and laughter from art enthusiasts and food lovers alike.
A user commented, “Hahaha...Aise khayegi tho Mona Lisa,Moti Lisa ban jayegi. [Mona Lisa, will put on weight if she continues to eat like this.]”
Hahaha...Aise khayegi tho Mona Lisa,Moti Lisa ban jayegi.????— Uma Mithun (@drum2109) June 3, 2023
A person wanted to know about the dishes on the table. “Kehra Indian food hai ethay? Anyway kehra food hai ??? [What is she eating?]”
Kehra Indian food hai ethay ? Anyway kehra food hai ???— DT (@DTHAPAR) June 3, 2023
Some were “disappointed” as there was “no samosa and jalebi”.
No Samosa, Jalebi ? Disappointed :(( lol— Kshitiz Saxena (@k5hitiz) June 3, 2023
“AUTHENTIC TRADITIONAL INDIAN FOOD,” a comment read.
- AUTHENTIC TRADITIONAL INDIAN FOOD
????????????— Aanandita (@Aanandita1108) June 3, 2023
A few declared that “Indian food is so delicious, I am sure even Monalisa must have liked it.”
A person added that they were expecting “biryani” too.
I thought so ..Biryani!!!! Hehehe.— Archana Sikand (@ArchanaSikand) June 4, 2023
Giving a shout-out to the power of AI and how in the age of technological marvels, AI has continued to captivate the world with its limitless possibilities, a person said, “Wow, this is such a creative and fun use of technology! Love seeing new ways to appreciate art and culture.”
Wow, this is such a creative and fun use of technology! Love seeing new ways to appreciate art and culture.— JOEY (@TianaOlsen84924) June 3, 2023
So what do you have to say about Vikas Khanna's latest offering?