This is not a real Lego set.
It's an image created by artificial intelligence platform ChatGPT via a "brick box generator" noted as a "parody account," presumably to get past intellectual property laws. (I won't be surprised if the actual Danish toy company finds a way to shut it down soon.)
Yes, it looks real — real enough that I briefly checked the official Lego A/S website to see if I'd missed an announcement of some Manufacturing Day-related special releases. Then I spotted a lot of similar images, too many to have been legit. I mean, what kid asks for a LinkedIn Lego set? I'm sure a lot more will show up soon.
If you're a fan of the bricks and AI, perhaps you've already asked ChatGPT to make your own version of a toy take on your company or industry branch. But even if you're not, take this as a reminder that computer-generated photos and text are definitely growing in use, and it may be harder and harder to spot what's real from what's AI. Be skeptical of what you see.
AI is continuing to find places for use in Industry 4.0 improvements, but it's also going to continue to cause some confusion, too.