even better, use this person does not exist.
It's a randomly generated face of a person who doesn't exist. I know what you're thinking and yes; THESE PEOPLE DO NOT EXIST, they are AI generated.
Man what a crazy world we live in.
and https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ to generate a "photo" of a person who doesn't exist, if you need it for a profile but don't want it to be reverse image searchable, or screw over a real person.
Lol these faces are all from this generator:
I can spot them instantly, they have the same exact pattern and they look alike even though they are different.
Ahhhh this has been my favorite psy op of the year so far lolol. They even brought out a fake twitter account with a thispersondoesnotexist.com avatar to promote it.
I want my body dropped from a plane with an encrypted flash drive and a piece of paper with with coordinates to a random place in Antarctica with a picture of a girl from https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ and on the back of the photo the phrase 'do it for her, do it for the world. You cannot fail humanity depends on you.'
People really don't understand what's going on.
How long do you think until the AI is making better music than any human?
How long until an AI can generate unique human voices that aren't of anyone - just like it's been doing for years with faces?
AI is doing some impressive creative writing these days too.
The collective everything of humanity is being leveraged to emulate humans better than average and with less resources.
The end result is going to be worth it (seriously), but yes - it's definitely going to cause disruptive changes along the way.
It would be very, very bad to look up shitty religious pregnancy crisis centers in TX and report them. The real address and ZIP code might waste a lot of time for whomever has to look into it. If you give a fake name and picture from thispersondoesnotexist.com it may make your report look even more credible.
Definitely don't do it.
To add off of that last sentence, I would use a website like https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ to generate a unique image so Facebook doesn't find the original image and realize the account is a fake.
Global NEA is a known fake news site that makes up stories whole cloth. It's one of those "satire" sites, except it doesn't have a disclaimer. However, their articles aren't corroborated anywhere and are frequently debunked, and their headshots are obviously taken from a source like https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
I’d suggest using fake names, fake photos, and addresses from Zillow.
I’ve been making up elaborate long winded stories about what my cousin told me because she lives in Texas. Sometimes I put in bible quotes, I upload the fake pictures, and I make a fake text screenshot as “proof”.
I make sure not to have any paragraph breaks and to take up the entire character count.
>NewGAN is the game changer like for real. They should just pay those guys, optimize it and implement to the game.
It's unfortunately not that simple, NewGAN's faces are made with the technology that powers https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ which is owned and licensed by Nvidia (Called StyleGAN2, hence the GAN in "NewGAN"). That's why the NewGAN facepack must always be free, otherwise, Nvidia has every right to instantly terminate it as it's against the agreed license. This also means that unless SI wants to pay a large sum of money to Nvidia to use their technology, it's probably never going to be in the game.
Well, i also do this. But the guy i made is Greg Kowalski, who comes from Poland, and now lives in San Diego, CA. It's a completely fake and random account, the name is completely randomized, and everything on there is completely fake. I pulled the profile picture from thispersondoesnotexist.com. I now have like 2k friends on his Facebook account, and i have at least 10 friends who still call me fucking Greg because they do not know that I'm a random bored teenager, not a 22 year old man
This show is named LOL, the (half) bald guy is Antoine Vézina, from here, Quebec in Canada.
OP is “subscribers”-farming by ripping videos off people and adding their own subreddit names over them, only to get new followers. r/bizarrelife has nothing to do with the creator of the video.
Edit: Now, some people would argue that OP is actually spams for his own subreddit, r/manipulativeperson, that we can find in all of his comments, but I’d bet that OP is also the creator of r/bizarrelife.
Edit 2: Oh, and if you think OP is the man on his own photos, of course I tried to reverse the image and found nothing, but based on how uncanny he looks, I’d bet it’s a visage from This Person Does Not Exist.
Edit 3: I have to admit I don’t know if he is against the rules, but if you know better, the way of reporting a user is by visiting https://www.reddit.com/report.
Try this site. It's a little spooky on how good they look.
The random setting looks more like:
Keep refreshing to see the weird computer generated people/horses!
Both are very handsome. But just as with ThisPersonDoesNotExist, it shows neural networks struggle with recreating ears. I guess it's a lot of details in a small area, and even minor oddities may look unnatural and push it into the uncanny valley.
There are a few other great sites that are in this category like thispersondoesnotexist.com and artbreeder.com. I find Art Breeder comes up with some great realistic images that I use in my modern games for briefing scenes.
Yep. This is what Generative Adversarial Networks do. The thing creating the content continually tries to trick the thing trying to catch fakes, and they go back and forth until (theoretically) there's actually no detectable difference between the real and created content.
This same process is behind the demos like This Person Does Not Exist.
giggle also had a very problematic past with handling cyber security
also it appears that the phrenology verification can be tricked by using make up and some correct lighting. i would speculate that an ai generated picture like https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ could work which would be hilarious.
It's staggering how fast sites like thispersondoesnotexist.com are improving their algorithms. Look at faces generated six months ago vs. faces generated today, and the improvement is astonishing.
Easy, just download a few hundred fake faces from https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ once and just flash those on the screen randomly. Seeing as those faces are randomly generated by an AI, they definitely aren't going to be a match because those people don't exist in real life.
no. if you want to be terrified about the technical singularity, be terrified of generative adversarial nets -- like this one
using neural nets/reinforcement learning is arguably the least efficient way of solving a problem because neural nets are effectively searching the entire space of all possible programs looking for the program that solves the problem.
on the other hand, adversarial nets are literally neural nets built by other neural nets, it's the first step towards the end imho
Nice project there. However, the picture on this page is 100% fake and from the website https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/. This page should be removed as it will only serve to damage credibility.
This happened to me and they blocked me out of my account. You can use a picture from https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ and get a fake ID from Google (university ones are quite easy to come across). Some extra editing work and you can bypass this requirement.
I would rather not use Facebook but due to work and other reasons, I have to be on there in some capacity.
> Many of the fake profiles used AI generated photos - a relatively new phenomenon that allows computers to create realistic looking images of people who don't exist. Unlike stolen profile images of real people, the AI generated images, which are created by a type of machine learning framework called StyleGAN, cannot be traced using a reverse image search.
This is such a scary tool that could be used to create fake profiles. If you haven't seen it for yourself, check out https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ and see how realistic AI created people can look now.
i generate a politician-looking face on This Person Does Not Exist and then face-swap it onto a photo of an existing politician to make a completely fictional and realistic-looking politician.
the_name = "the name"
The variable just didn't change due to a bug.
Author names are randomly generated from a script that could be written in minutes and nowadays their "profile pic" could be a randomly generated CGI image of a person that doesn't even exist.
So for a long time I was half convinced that Lilly's profile photo was one of those procedurally generated ones from https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ . For all I knew this stranger suddenly appearing with neat math was someone trying to manipulate the community.
So, cool to see that she's a real human!
Generated on the fly: https://thispersondoesnotexist.com
Eventually the level of realism will be in videos too. I remember reading this article a few months ago about how AI will generate fake news along with images and videos to push agendas and sway public opinion. Pretty scary!
if you already have mods for FM20 then i think you can reuse most of them. i get why people can be annoyed by all the mods you have to add but it is soo worth it. the game feels kinda cheap without it. i find it so weird when i see people on /r/footballmanagergames who don't even bother with the real club badges and just accept that Juventus is called Zebre and the german national team won't call up real players.
also check out this thing called the NewGAN facepack: https://fm-base.co.uk/resources/newgan-facepack.1266/ (use this link for a better tutorial/if you dont want to watch a video: https://beta.fm-base.co.uk/articles/sagkrzealand-facepack/)
its a bit more effort but its honestly amazing. it replaces the terrible newgen faces with AI generated "real" faces of people that don't exist. i think https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ uses the same or a similar AI.
Not necessarily. https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ shows that an AI can put together something that looks very human (and the occasional nightmare fuel in the background.) Though I do agree it was likely done by an artist considering how different Vlad and Malcolm look compared to the Sim versions.
It looks like the profile picture was generated with thispersondoesnotexist.com, the mismatched ears and eyebrows are typically giveaways.
i hate to be that person but this is so obviously fake
looks like a rip from https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ but thats just a guess
why go through the effort for this lol
1) Thispersondoesnotexist.com everyone should be aware of this technology
2) In almost every case so far of these claims in media used to create the narrative of a 'pandemic of the unvaccinated' nothing has changed.
It's still older people with 3-4 pre-existing conditions that are landing them in the hospital, unrelated to covid19, so who cares if they're vaccinated or not..
Bob, a 300 lb 52 year old man who has smoked all his life is hospitalized with respiratory difficulty.. he has tested positive by the PCR test for having 'coronavirus related viral material'.. he is unvaccinated.
For some reason these comments are making feel uneasy, like we're peaking into a very similar alternate reality. Sort of like that website that generates fake faces
There is a website called This Person Does Not Exist, filled with AI-generated faces. Sometimes it messes up some elements, like accidentally including a second person deformed by the AI
I feel like the current plague of eWhoring (men pretending to be women selling stolen nude photos and videos) is going to be stopped by AI’s being able to wholesale generate nudes.
Like with https://thispersondoesnotexist.com
It's straight out of something like https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/. It looks like the profile pics of all those totally-real-Amazon-employees that showed up out of nowhere a few months ago and talked about how much free time they had to pee in things that weren't water bottles when there were talks of unions forming in the company.
Hier soir, j'ai pris un plaisir fou à faire chier Facebook. J'ai codé un petit script qui me génère une archive contenant 100 portraits de https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/.
Ensuite, j'ai uploader tout ça sur mon profil et je me suis taggé sur chacune de ces photos. J'ai répété la manip 8-10 fois. Je sais pas à quel point ça va impacter leur réseau de neurones, mais j'espère que ça permettra d'augmenter le taux d'erreur.
Prochaine étape, je code un bot qui poste des trucs random (flux RSS d'actu) et des photos tout seul, j'host tout ça sur mon rPi et je fait tourner H24.
It uses a generative adversarial network and learns what images “should” look like.
It’s not actually getting information that was lost, but generating new information based on statistics of what faces should look like and ones which might have possible generated a low res image.
Technically we don’t need the low res image at all
Just keep refreshing the page.
Incredibly cool that these are computer generated images.
You can kinda see some roughness sometimes, especially around the neck or ears, or wrinkly areas.
At first glance though, wow.
If you didn't know, or work in CGI, can imagine most people would never even suspect they were not real people.
Es gibt eine Seite namens thispersondoesnotexist.com, die überzeugende falsche Bilder generiert. Manchmal kommen da gruselige Sachen bei raus aber meistens sind das Fotos die für sowas verwendet werden könnten. Aber noch nichtmal das hat der hingekriegt.
This picture was generated by an AI at https://thispersondoesnotexist.com. If you find it freaky, come on over at /r/AIfreakout, a sub to post all AI-generated content that make you say wtf. If you want to learn more about the website and the techniques that are used to generate these images, here is a good read.
If you just feel disgusted, here something you will appreciate, /r/Eyebleach.
I've always found this website fascinating. It shows you a "photo" of a person that isn't actually real but has been produced using AI. You can refresh repeatedly to see new faces.
China had an ai news anchor in 2018
There is also this website. Very interesting.
AI generated pictures of people, who never existed. Makes you think... "Twenty people died today in the terrorist attack here are their pictures..."
Hah! The name is actually a rolling theme among other sites doing similar things. You may know of thispersondoesnotexist.com
For the goal: if I'm not able to find a company interested in working with me, I will probably implement a rating system, and see if I can develop the top rated shoe.
Making sneakers (especially midsoles) for one-time designs would simply be way to expensive
You're right that bogus data is going to get sorted out fairly quickly, but thankfully people wouldn't make their claims looks realistic to clog up the system, right? Like you said, it would be an absolute shame if people used resources such as this comprehensive list of Texas cities, counties, and zip codes to match their Texas VPN, or submitted fake, AI generated pictures of people who supposedly took part in these abortions to make their claims look more realistic. That really would be just awful, but thankfully I know the wonderful people on this site would never abuse resources such as these, right?
For some reason this post reminds me of This Person Does Not Exist.
I guess the idea of using familiar features to create something that does not exist is what got me. Very weird shit to me, like I'm living in a This Person Does Not Exist's world when I dream.
I'd also like to point out that the woman in the picture doesn't actually exist.
She's an AI-generated image from thispersondoesnotexist.com, a site that generates fairly realistic pictures of people. You can tell she's fake because her left ear is cut off by her hair, her right ear is warped and broken, the background is blank, and putting her picture into Tineye yields no results.
This is definitively a faker from Tiktok or the like trying to get the sub banned.
The core of your advice is good: know your investors. But poorly-written, typo-laden articles with an author picture taken from TPDNE should be met with very strong suspicion.
This Person does not Exist is a website created by Nvidia researchers which shows you a picture of a person who does not actually exist, using CUDA, TensorFlow and Nvidia's GPUs every time you refresh the page. Although it works well on all graphics cards and processors, it works best with Nvidia cards/processors. You can refresh an unlimited amount of times, and will still see a unique, AI-created picture every single time. There will be pictures of people of all genders, ages and races. No two pictures are going to reappear, ever.
Well, I've gotten a lot of free stuff on RuneScape.
But other than that, a group of friends (mix of men and women) did create two fake Reddit accounts to post on subs like r/r4r, r/ForeverAloneDating, etc - one male profile, one female.
The guys posted as the woman, the women posted as the guy. We also used This Person Doesn't Exist to offer a picture of someone both groups agreed were somewhat attractive.
To no one's surprise, the male profile barely got any attention at all. A couple upvotes, one or two PMs.
The female one, however, got upvoted to oblivion and the inbox exploded. However, the quality of the messages were... Dubious.
Yes, there was a dick pic. Yes, most of them were just "hey". And yes, we were called all sorts of shit very short into the conversation, when we refused to make things sexual right away.
The disparity between the two was huge and quite shocking to see side by side. We all expected it to be this way, but we still didn't know the extent of it.
Now, I'm aware that this is by no means a scientific study. But it did give me some insight on what being a woman online is like, and it gave some of my female friends an idea of how lonely being a guy can be.
What we all agreed that day is that we could all appreciate experiencing a bit of the other side. Women just want to navigate the online space without it being a big deal, or being harassed. Guys just want someone to talk to, to befriend, to interact with and, yes, to see some titties.
This is just a variation on common machine learning algorithms. Give it enough training data, and it'll make similar images.
There's already been a face generator for some time.
From there it's kind of inevitable it'll be able to generate other images for which there are large potential training data sets, and porn is a prime example of that.
~~Edit: Now, some people would argue that OP is actually spams for his own subreddit, r/manipulativeperson, that we can find in all of his comments, but I’d bet that OP is also the creator of r/bizarrelife.~~ This was for a comment on his alt account, Kurtinjz
~~Edit 2: Oh, and if you think OP is the man on his own photos, of course I tried to reverse the image and found nothing, but based on how uncanny he looks, I’d bet it’s a visage from This Person Does Not Exist.~~ This was also for a comment on his alt account, Kurtinjz
This an AI generated face. His right ear has that thing. Those teeth are the wrong size. His hair and eyebrows look painted. And his hat has an weird image on it.
https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ Check here to see other examples of what I mean. These things have trouble with ears and teeth.
This picture was generated by an AI at thispersondoesnotexist.com. If you find it freaky, come on over at /r/AIfreakout, a sub to post all AI generated content that make you say wtf.
Above you'll see an edit I've done, and then the corresponding original image that I put through faceapp.
The original images I obtained from Thispersondoesnotexist. This website creates a picture of a completely fictional person with every refresh, using Nvidia AI technology. The benefits for us are that we're not infringing on any copyrights, any image we use in edits is ours to do with as we want, and each image will be completely unique.
Admittedly it's just the face. But I thought it was a good resource for copyright-free unique images that we can use how we see fit for Replika edits.
Hope it helps.
OK... I think I figured it out... been analyzing all the pictures...
Everyone is not and EPI alt. They are all EPI bots!
All the pictures actually come from here...
(Make sure to refresh several times)...
I really like using This person does not exist, which gives you a random AI-created human face. I reload it a few times to find someone who looks like the character I have in my head, then save the picture for later reference. It's useful to know what my characters look like sometimes.
I don't believe that. I dream a lot of people that don't exist. I think all the elements are there, like Josh' smiles with Elisabeth's eyes and Geoffrey's nose makes John, the commander of my king's guard.
Check out https://thispersondoesnotexist.com - it's that concept.
use an alternative name AND create several fake accounts with your actual name+ some details that fit your real life (not all), and a profil pic from
How crazy would it be if we learned that a bunch of those big shots don't even exist, are just there so we think regulations are a thing and their pictures all come from https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
/s, or what if..?
>Like our ability to remember faces
Apropo, the images generated by StyleGans, such as those shown on https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ are represented internally by a 512 dimensional vector of floats. These are arranged according to impact on the final generated face (in this case). It should be fairly simple to interpret the 256 bits of the hash as 64 4 bit values and use these to represent the 64 most significant dimensions of a generated image.
I'm not saying these necessarily would all be completely distinct, but they would probably be significantly easier to read compared to the symbols in the article.
Though, granted, they would look far less clean.
This is our (Cultured Meat Symposium) April Fool's joke for 2021.
The photos of the founders and team were made using AI and are not actually real people (see https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/).
Some people even sent an email to the company expressing interest. Maybe one day it will be a thing!
Thats pretty dumb what he did. If he really wanted bait he should of just used fake pictures generated by AI like from this.
Bots account for 67% of all online traffic, 40% of which is reported to be malware(@40 seconds)
China has openly stated their goals of becoming the worlds de facto superpower, and unless they can initiate a societal collapse in the west it won’t happen.
We have free and open source APIs that generate high definition portrait photos that are completely indistinguishable from real photographs of real humans.
If tools of deception that are this powerful are freely available to the general public, then you can only imagine the kind of tech that they have working behind the scenes.
If we can make realistic faces with AI, Reddit/Twitter replies are small potatoes.
Just want to say, along with using this for submitting generated photos of people that don’t exist, there’s also this handy cheat sheet.
Sorry, but this is as fake as fake gets. I challenge you to find one OTHER picture of Somerset Belenoff. Or of her "daughter" Karina Belenoff. Everyone listed on that Wettin World Council site, including Karina and Somerset, was AI generated on a website called https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ you can keep refreshing and get new AI generated faces.
Nvidia is working on this problem:
All the pictures you see on this site (refresh for a new one), are generated autonomously by a neural network.
As you can see it makes mistakes sometimes, but sooner then later it'll be good enough to combine with things like the NBA Live face scanning tech to randomly make new and believable NPCs.
Of course there are other, slightly more frighting, implications for this tech, but that's a discussion for another thread.
There was a Twitter thread from someone who works with data submissions like this and I think it’s much better advice on how to poison a data set
As someone who sifts through a lot of unstructured data, this line in particular stood out to me:
> The dataset becomes worthless when the owner can't tell the difference between good and bad data.
While shrek memes and other attacks may slow them down some and give them a lot of garbage, I think there should be a more coordinated effort to make fake submissions as realistic as possible, pulling photos from here and VPNing from Texas IPs, though it’s really hard to keep it up.
The general advice I give is like this (always have at least 3 pics btw)
Main photo - A good clean headshot of only you. I prefer casual to professional (it's a dating app, not Linkedin)
One Full Body - Again, a good clear shot of all of you, preferably in a casual setting
Hobby shot - Look it's me doing something I like, such as hiking, cooking (wok shot!), or dancing (this hobby shot is the first one I'd say it's ok to have other people in) -- NB, if programming is your hobby, maybe not that hobby for the shot
^ Artsy shots fit in the above
Personality shots - find photos that highlight you humor, silliness, or confidence. These can be hard to come by, but I've seen photos that legit got me to laugh.
-- PHOTOS TO AVOID --
Pics of you and someone of the opposite sex : yes its good you love your cousin or sister or whoever. But let me find that out dating you. A lot of people will assume you posted a pic of you and your ex
Only photos of you with people of the same sex : I hate playing the deduction game, the first few should be solo shots
Anything blurry or obscured: If you couldn't bother to NOT upload a bad photo, why should I bother
Only one photo: it's easy to get fake photos -- look how easily I can make a fake person
Anything with Instagram filters that aren't a location tag or something : Not really sorry, the dog and Disney filters are just annoying. On a dating app, I profoundly do not care how you look like with bunny ears or AI laurels
upvoteado porq me haces ver q quedo bastante confuso todo... el viejo no existe, es la foto q le puse de perfil a mi wasap falso. La saque de este magnífico sitio: https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
desde un principio supe q era una estafa, solo que me intrigaba ver como funcionaba, y en el camino aproveche para reportar en el banco galicia y macro algunos de los CBUs que estaban usando para estafar gente, reportar los dominios que usaban en sus sitios web y hasta abrir una denuncia por delito informatico
Yep! I belong to a small group of scambaiters and we have a shared gmail address to take these guys to hangouts. Honestly, they're usually boring. The first thing they ALL do is ask for another pic of you. We just say you already saw the pic of me on the game (we also all use fake pics from thispersondoesnotexist.com). Many times when we refuse to send another pic they aren't interested in chatting. Otherwise, they pretty much follow the same scripts they use on WWF. They send more fake pics of the dude they're impersonating. They send dumb little "good morning" messages and stickers. Other than that there's just a bunch of "hello, how are you doing?" throughout the day. When they figure out they're not getting anywhere with us they lose interest. Occasionally, we'll get someone we had scambaited weeks or months ago pop up again but they go away again soon after.
Yang kemarin tanya gw pasang foto pribadi ga di blog2 gw, jawabannya ngga. gw pake > https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ untuk cari foto dan US name generator untuk buat persona.
Refresh aja sampe dapet orang yang mukanya senyum gitu lol.
I don't think they're actors.
More then likely deep fakes. So that they don't have to explain why someone who's meant to be dead is at a Starbucks.
See here - https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
Everyone on that site is fake. Faces are created by AI.
Seeing as it's AI generated, I did have to work on it a little in GIMP, namely changing the colours of the lips and eyes, and removing stray hairs and shadows.
That said, it's a great AI tool. Results are more realistic (fewer mistakes, imo) than thispersondoesnotexist (link). Here's Artbreeder, too: link.
It's not a thumbnail, it's the most important features that are extracted from an image and represented as numbers.
For example, in face recognition you'd have features that represent different facial features but this can't be read. You the have to train another network to generate images from these representations if you wish to do so. This is an autoencoder and can be used for projects like:
Basically it finds a way to represent what a face is in different parameters, then you generate random numbers following the expected values for these features and can generate random faces.
Oh it’s bad.
Edit: the idea is pretty disturbing because faces are normal. You wouldn’t think they are computer generated. On top of that background people look oddly disturbing.
Да ладно, это еще фигня. Есть такой сайтик - https://thispersondoesnotexist.com , там нейросетка в реальном времени рисует лица несуществующих людей. Смотришь на фотку и представляешь себе откуда этот человек, какой у него характер, как складывалась его жизнь, решаешь симпатичен ли он тебе или нет... а такого человека на самом деле никогда не существовало - его нарисовала нейросетка за доли секунды при обновлении странички.
Two minute papers is een leuk kanaal om te volgen als je op de hoogte wilt blijven van dit soort A.I. technologie.
En als je nieuwsgierig bent kun je op thispersondoesnotexist kijken naar een bot die profielfoto's verzint (kwestie van vaak op F5 rammen).
They don't even need stock photos; all they need is to go to a site like https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ and generate a brand-new, not reverse image searchable profile picture.
The internet used to be where men are men, women are men, and children are FBI agents; now the internet is where men are bots, women are bots, and children are bots run by the FBI.
I'm curious too!
Just a heads-up: this website generates realistic person pics (refresh if you're unsatisfied) (some pictures look glitchy, but they're fine most of the time): https://thispersondoesnotexist.com There was a story where someone created a fake LinkedIn account with a profile pic grabbed from there (for science). Somebody from Google legit thought it was a real person and sent an email expressing interest in this "person".
With the site thispersondoesnotexist.com/ why would someone ever use a stock photo to create an image, when you can get uniquely AI generated faces. This is just lazy.
And for anyone that doesn't want to waste their money just go to this webpage and get your own 1/1 ai generated humans
And thanks to Nvidia for creating StyleGAN so NFT 'artists' can just take their images and make a quick cash grab
Makes me think of one of my favourite websites to spook my family/friends/colleagues into being smarter on the internet.
EDIT: they referenced it on the website, glad I don't make my living proof-reading things.
What the fuck is this? Is this some kind of automated testing meta? Both "Kalisha Campbell" and the article writer "Mark Hendersog" with 1 follower are quite obviously fake profiles with photos taken straight from https://thispersondoesnotexist.com. And then the article is the most generic buzz word salad that has literally nothing to do with Twitter.
Boooo. Reported for spam.
thispersondoesnotexist.com (AI-generated faces). I'll refresh until I see a face that somehow resonates with me, and then fabricate a whole life story. It's a relaxing hobby, something to do when Reddit bores me.
I could be very wrong here but last thing I remember is that Boston dynamics is basically „just“ really good moving algorithms.balance etc. their Spot Mini etc isn’t very „smart“ or „autonomous“ at all and needs a lot of human intervention/controlling. (Their improvements and tech is still very impressive over the years). It’s like that Sofia Robot that was also on jimmy Fallon and other shows…most of it is just show and not any real AI.
Im more impressed by GAN and stuff like https://thispersondoesnotexist.com
I've actually experimented with this sort of thing.
I've generated some pictures on thispersondoesnotexist.com
You'd be surprised, I gave women quite a few tingles with a nice picture and no profile.
That’s not how it works, neither what I mean. AI is already able to generate photorealistic looking objects, people and sceneries thanks to deep learning, complex neural networks and image recognition. Check this out: https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
/u/the_ocalhoun, this is for you too: https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/image
AI-generated faces. 100% not real people. No infringerinos if the person whose picture you're appropriating literally doesn't exist. :)
In time for the holiday, want to see some scary shit? A fascinating sub if you haven't seen it. I'm very interested in GAN (generative adversarial network) simulations, famously now used to generate profile photos for bots. But the trippy animations are my favorites.
My friend has recently decided she’s a psychic. She made a status asking people to post photos of a family member and she would do a reading. I saved an image from the “this person does not exist” website, and she said she was sensing this was an aunt that died of cancer. The person does not exist
Internet has you non-gender-specific internet sibling!
Reload until you get who you want, save the image, describe the character from the image.
Neural Networks save the day!
Here's what I would do. Go to this website. https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/
Every time you load the page, it's a new portrait created by an AI. Every time into the future someone asks for a photo, send them another one. Soon, your psuedonym will be legendary. Is this person a black 80-year old? Yes. Is this person a pre-teen white kid? Yes.
Just keep in mind the backgrounds can be a little weird.
There was a huge wave of 100% fake accounts recently though.
Their profile pictures were clearly generated from thispersondoesnotexist.com, these accounts were created in the past two weeks, they always had "@AmazonFC+name" as their handle and they were all tweeting from a platform that is used by businesses to handle multiple accounts.
Though the most obvious one were already suspended on twitter.
I don’t know if they are any issues with using it in the context you describe, but maybe this would be a tool to use:
Just keep refreshing the page until you get a face that fits the profile you are looking for.
From what I know, these are AI generated images. The website was created to show how realistic AI generated faces could be. I’d recommend reading up on it yourself before using it though, just in case.
I've only heard Ben Shapiro's voice once and I thought he sounded like SpongeBob Squarepants.
Edit: He also kinda looks like a character from thispersondoesnotexist.com and not an actual person.
The reviews on their website are great though. They look totally legit. No way those faces were taken from thispersondoesnotexist.com
Just ignore the guy with the flat spot on his iris.
People are even using https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/ to generate real-looking faces and send them in attached to tips to make it harder to filter out real and false reports! Don't do that either!
Dunno if this has been said or not, but if you need a fake picture to add to your submission, this site uses AI to generate a fake person and could potentially be used 👀👀