DID ELON MUSK REALLY MARRY CATANELLA, THE ROBOT? HERE'S THE TRUTH...

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DID ELON MUSK REALLY MARRY CATANELLA, THE ROBOT? HERE'S THE TRUTH...

Images of Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk dancing with the Catanella robot, drawn in the shape of a woman, flooded social networking sites, particularly Facebook.

And, according to a number of social media pioneers, the famous billionaire announced his future wife, Catanella, as the first robotic girl that he specially manufactured and designed with artificial intelligence, with the personality and characteristics of the woman he dreams of, which do not exist in every normal person.

Others have stated that Catanella is solar-powered, with sensory devices that make her feel sad, glad, poised, and interactive.

Looking into the reality of the photos, it was discovered that the subject of Elon Musk's wedding with the robot girl has no evidence or basis, and the photos he collects are merely images designed by artificial intelligence "AI" technology.

Many variances and anomalies emerge when the images are examined, including differences in the robot's hair color and feature from one image to the next, and the gazes of Elon Musk and the robot are erratic and not focused in their natural direction.

Musk also appears in one of the faked photographs with a large belly and flabby body, in contrast to his current form, and reappears in another fabricated image with a slim figure and no physical sagging.

Because a big percentage of social media users believe these images, they are the best proof of the strength of artificial intelligence and its rapid development.

The fabricated photographs are based on Musk's October 2022 announcement of a prototype humanoid Tesla robot, however this model was named "Optimus" rather than "Catanella."

Furthermore, this model was projected to be completed between three to five years, and it was just seven months after the initial prototype, and Musk said at the time, "I think Optimus will be amazing within five to ten years."

Neither Musk nor Tesla have declared any such progress in the production of the new robot, and the falsified photographs have not appeared on any of Musk's or Tesla's official accounts.