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100,000 Faces Generated By Ai Free For Any Use

22 September 2019

From Muzli:

Link to the rest at Muzli

Here are some of the AI-generated faces:

PG says that these look pretty good to him. They’re downloaded from a Google Drive of 100,000 AI – generated images you can access at the OP on Muzli.

PG hasn’t gone through all the images, but some of them he stumbled across have some computer artifacts that tell you this is not a real person.

However, for an experimental start, he thinks this is impressive.

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6 Comments to “100,000 Faces Generated By Ai Free For Any Use”

  1. “PG hasn’t gone through all the images, but some of them he stumbled across have some computer artifacts that tell you this is not a real person.”

    The thing is a ‘real’ face might have ‘computer artifacts’ if it was re-scanned to change the resolution or to better hide what might have been in the background.

    But yeah, nothing can be trusted these days, the movies proved that years ago. 😉

  2. Cool. Free art like this can be surprisingly useful. In my case, I’ve gosome stories where I’d like to have face shots of all the characters, so I can have a graphical Cast of Characters insert.

  3. At first I thought you meant the “dead eyes,” the eyes that aren’t smiling with the lips, but I see what you mean having looked through some of them. One woman appears to have a bullet hole or something in the middle of her forehead.

    These are impressive, though. For characters I sometimes looked at modeling agency websites, because their search engines let you select models with assorted characteristics. For story purposes, I’m curious what would happen if these fake people were mixed in with the real models. Would someone with a “practiced eye” (e.g., a talent scout) be able to tell the difference?

    • Safer to have all fake to avoid later getting a bill for a non-free that was in the free bin when you picked it up.

      (Safer still is to roll your own fakes so no one can claim ownership of them, but more work and possible learning curve. 😉 )

  4. Hopefully the AI generated the faces with mathematically and scientifically determined diversity percentages.What AI would want to be the first AI accused of racism or white privilege?

  5. I love your take on various OPs. In the current one, “…artifacts that tell you this is not a real person” started my mind spinning. After my current WIP, it’s back to SF with the next, all based on that phrase. Thanks, PG.

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