The “This Person Does Not Exist” website, which uses a specific artificial intelligence, called Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN) to create highly realistic faces, went viral in 2019 when it launched. Many users were frightened by the degree of realism of the images, but also curious by the operation of the mechanism.
Some malicious users even used the images generated by “This Person Does Not Exist” to create fake social network profiles. As is the case with Katie Jones, a student at the Center for Strategic and Internatonal Studies (CSIS), who is actually a spy disguised as a student, who made several connections with executives and political representatives, to observe their behavior.
Now, a site called “This X Does Not Exist” brings together several other tools that use GAN technology to generate a plethora of fake, but extremely realistic images. Among the categories, here are some that stand out the most:
- Feet (?);
- Works of art;
In short, a multitude of false image generators that scare by their degree of realism. Each generator was created by a different person and the website “This X Does Not Exist”, which gathers a large part of them, was created by the programmer, Kashish Hora. The site is a lot of fun and you can spend hours searching through the images that can be generated with GAN, especially memes.
Understand how it works:
Sources: This Person Does Not Exist; This X Does Not Exist; Lyrn AI;
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