This X Does Not Exist
Using generative adversarial networks (GAN), we can learn how to create realistic-looking fake versions of almost anything, as shown by this collection of sites that have sprung up in the past month. Learn how it works.
This Person Does Not Exist
The site that started it all, with the name that says it all. Created using a style-based generative adversarial network (StyleGAN), this website had the tech community buzzing with excitement and intrigue and inspired many more sites.
This Cat Does Not Exist
These purr-fect GAN-made cats will freshen your feeline-gs and make you wish you could reach through your screen and cuddle them. Once in a while the cats have visual deformities due to imperfections in the model – beware, they can cause nightmares.
This Rental Does Not Exist
Why bother trying to look for the perfect home when you can create one instead? Just find a listing you like, buy some land, build it, and then enjoy the rest of your life.
This Waifu Does Not Exist
This one is a little stranger than the others, but I bet you'll read more of the plot summary than you expect. It's engrossing.
This URL Does Not Exist
It doesn't, but at the same time it kind of does. Does that sound too cryptic? Click on it and you'll understand (and look at the URL). A simple but effective satire into the entire hype, but as far as I know doesn't utilize any form of deep learning.
This Startup Does Not Exist
If your IP address is in San Francisco, this site actually just redirects to a random portfolio company from an AI-, blockchain-, or crypto-focused venture capital firm. Can you spot the difference? (Disclaimer: that was a joke).
This Question Does Not Exist
By generating seemingly realistic Stack Overflow questions, you can keep this open on your computer to seem like you're actually doing work. The most interesting aspect is the "Other Random Questions" section on the right side of the page, which shows other equally synthetic questions.
This Resume Does Not Exist
To showcase their resume template builder, this company went as far as to incorporate TextgenRNN – not quite a GAN but rather a recurrent neural network (RNN) specializing in text generation. Bonus points – the headshots used in each resume are from thispersondoesnotexist.com.