Comedian Keaton Patti has become a well-known presence in the Twitter-sphere for his hilarious parodies of famous media and events. In his most recent viral thread, Patti claims to have "forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of TED Talks," before asking the AI to write a talk of its own.

Needless to say, the results are as bizarre as they are hilarious.



Patti even followed up with some examples of what the graphs from the fictional talk would look like!

The parody thoroughly impressed Twitter users:

Others felt they had written similar things before...

Patti asked the official Ted Talks account if they wanted to use his writing:

He probably wasn't expecting this response!

Twitter users began trading their favorite passages:


This is not the first time Patti has written an absurd, viral parody of one of our media staples:









For more hilarious bot creations, be sure to follow @KeatonPatti on Twitter!

H/T - Mashable, Twitter

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