Cats resist attempts at being randomly generated
December 17, 2018 1:53 AM Subscribe
None of these people are real. NVIDIA's latest iteration of its image generator is getting pretty (creepily?) good at creating human faces. This is not rendering technology: these faces are generated from real ones distilled into high-level attributes (pose, glasses, hair length...) and then combined and subjected to random variations. More information is available in the paper A Style-Based Generator Architecture for Generative Adversarial Networks and in the video. The technology also works on cars and bedrooms, less so on cats due to "the high intrinsic variation in poses, zoom levels, and backgrounds".
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