Making faces How to train an AI on your face to create silly portraits
- Previously, doing so was a painstaking process of finding or taking a picture with the right angle and expression and then using Photoshop to graft my face onto the original.
- It's exciting because it gives people like me, who peaked artistically with fingerpaints in kindergarten, the ability to create the images I imagine.
- If you're anything like me, you immediately wondered how you could use that technology to slap your face onto the Mona Lisa or Captain America.
- Those methods require some tinkering, though, so for the purposes of this walkthrough, a Windows machine with an Nvidia GPU is preferred.Lastly, tech like Stable Diffusion is simultaneously exciting and terrifying.
- But it's terrifying because it can be used to create frighteningly realistic propaganda and deepfakes with the potential to ruin people’s lives.
- Shaun Hutchinson - Mar 22, 2023 11:30 am UTC By now, you've read a lot about generative AI technologies such as Midjourney and Stable Diffusion, which translate text input into images in seconds.
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