NFL fans are freaking out over an artificial intelligence (A.I.) video of former NFL quarterback Tom Brady performing standup comedy.
Dudesy, an entertainment company that specializes in artificial intelligence, recently released a video of the seven-time Super Bowl champion doing a standup show. You can see a simulated version of the hour-long Brady A.I. special below. (WARNING, video contains language that may be offensive to some viewers).
This A.I. video left football fans baffled, with one viewer even admitting they’re “terrified.”
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Responding in the comment section of the video on YouTube, one fan wrote, “This is brilliant. Scary that it’s legitimately funny and not totally random madness.
Another viewer stated, “AI Tom Brady is terrifying to look at,” with another adding “terrifying, but I can’t stop watching.”
Surely, a person with Brady’s celebrity status could easily launch a successful standup career. What we do know is that the future Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee will join the broadcast booth at some point down the line.
Last year, Brady signed a 10-year contract with FOX Sports worth $375 million. He will eventually join the network’s top commentary team which consists of play-by-play announcer Kevin Burkhardt and sideline reporter Erin Andrews. Brady isn’t expected to begin his tenure there until 2024 at earliest.
Brady initially announced his retirement from football after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell to the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round. 40 days later, however, Brady announced that he was coming back for a 23rd season.
Though the Bucs performed well below expectations, Brady kept the team together by completing 66.8 percent of his pass attempts for 4,694 yards and 25 touchdowns against nine interceptions.
The three-time MVP also helped Tampa to the NFC South division crown despite a losing record (8-9). They went on to fall to the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card Round, and Brady retired two weeks later.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.