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A new website lets users click through an endless library of fake human faces created by artificial intelligence.
Called ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com, the results are startlingly lifelike and may make you question what’s real and what isn’t.
The article goes on to state the following:
Every time a user refreshes their browser, the site spits out a randomly generated face, spanning from older men and women to even children.
Creepy website uses AI to create ‘deepfake’ photos of humans who don’t exist https://t.co/PITp2R5PCl
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) February 17, 2019
— CTV News (@CTVNews) February 16, 2019
If you go to this website you will see a face generated by #AI (artificial intelligence) every time you refresh it will generate a new face. These faces DO NOT EXIST! It’s very strange.
Here are some examples. REMEMBER these people do NOT exist. pic.twitter.com/liZRyIm7Q6
— Grace & Truth (@ReadMoreBible) February 15, 2019
— Ottawa Citizen (@OttawaCitizen) February 17, 2019
— Vikez (@Vikezmedia) February 15, 2019
Nvidia’s website, “https://t.co/2qpAFaL0F8” generates pictures of people who don’t exist using creepy advanced AI so that the next time your aunties ask when you’re going to settle down with someone nice, you can conjure up a picture to show them. #JamboKenya #JKLive pic.twitter.com/LtD2XGmZLH
— Michael Marosi (@michaelmarosi) February 14, 2019
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