China developes a drone mobile toilet which allows people to call it any time they want to use it from anywhere & at any time. In South Africa this can be stolen within 7 minutes.
An image is shared with a claim that China develops a drone mobile toilet that allows people to call it any time they want to use it from anywhere. This image is viral with the same claim across social media platforms. Some of the posts with similar claims can be seen here and here.
UBER A TOILET??
China develops a drone mobile toilet that allows people to call it any time they want to use it from anywhere & at any time. How long will it last in Nigeria before its stolen? pic.twitter.com/7t68TZjhBK
— Rorisang Kgaditswe 🦄 (@MsKgaditswe) June 3, 2023
What is the truth?
When searching for any news on China introducing drone mobile toilets, we found no authentic media organisations reporting the same.
We further searched and found a set of similar images posted on a Facebook page named Jyo John Mulloor. The post contains 30 plus images showing similar designs of what is claimed as a ‘drone mobile toilet’. It also carries the viral image. And the caption of the images begins by mentioning: Meet ‘Shattle’. The posts mention Shattle as the future of restrooms. It further mentioned at the end of the post that the visuals are made in Midjourney AI. We also found the Facebook page filled with multiple other posts of AI generated images.
When searching for Midjourney AI, we found that it is an independent research lab exploring new mediums of thought and expanding the imaginative powers of the human species. It is mentioned that they are a small self-funded team focused on design, human infrastructure, and AI.
There were several instances where images created with Artificial Intelligence (AI) went viral thinking the images to be true. YouTurn fact-checked some of them and published articles on the same.
It is found that an AI-generated image of a drone mobile toilet is shared as China develops one.