LISTEN | This diss track about Mark Zuckerberg was written by a computer and sounds like Eminem

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  • YouTubers Calamity Ai shared a diss track about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that was "written and performed by a computer".
  • If that's not weird enough, the track sounds like it's being performed by Eminem - this was done using deepfake technology.
  • "The name should be 'Facebark', because you're all bark, you got no bite," one line of the song goes.
  • "We inputted the title 'Mark Zuckerberg Diss in the Style of Eminem' and let the A.I. write the rest," Calamity Ai explains.


"This song was written and performed by a computer," a voice at the start of a diss track about Mark Zuckerberg says.

The song was created by the Calamity Ai group on YouTube.

Not only did artificial intelligence write the song, but through the use of technology, they were able to make it seem like Eminem is performing it. 

It's both fascinating and kind of scary.

As for the lyrics - "When you wake up, you're like the man who invented toast" one line goes.

In another line, the bot adds: "The name should be 'Facebark', because you're all bark, you got no bite."

Then it gets even weirder: "You got those glossy eyes, and you're all hairy too. You're so hairy, and you're getting hairier every day. I'm making a photoshopped picture of you tomorrow. I'm gonna make you into a real big hair steamboat."

That's right, a computer wants to photoshop Mark Zuckerberg into a steamboat. We'll give you a second to process that. 

In the description box of the video, Calamity Ai explains: "We inputted the title 'Mark Zuckerberg Diss in the Style of Eminem' and let the A.I. write the rest. From there, we sent the lyrics to 30HZ, who synthesized and created the vocals. The audio was not record by Eminem (sic)." 

Listen to the track here. Brace yourself, this computer does not hold back:

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