This is what happens when the Pokémon nozzle gets clogged.

You know we love bot-generated content. We’ve used various bots to create front-page stories, and to write a better Ace Attorney script than Shu Takumi, but we haven’t dabbled too much in the wild and wonderful world of Pokémon.

But Max Woolf has. Woolf is a data scientist at Buzzfeed, and has even created his own AI generation tools for creating bot-written text. One day, he woke up and decided to “feed” a bunch of Pokémon images to a bot — “a fine-tuned ruDALL-E” that’s not available to the public, because of its unique specifications and user-unfriendliness — to create brand new, almost-believable Pokémon.

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