My GPU took 45 minutes to generate these beautiful people from nothing. Well, not nothing. It was a Generative Adversarial Network. What’s that you ask? It’s an architecture for a neural network. This architecture was developed by NVidia, where they showed how, with just a bit more hardware, you can generate photo-realistic people that never existed.
Pretty neat. I’ll fool around with this a bit to see if I can optimize it, but I’m also looking forward to testing it on other media.