This Person Does Not Exist

Computer generated people. Refresh to get a new one.

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#4 Product of the MonthFebruary 2019
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This Person Does Not Exist presents a random, computer generated photo of a fictional person. Refresh the page each time for a new face.

Reviews
  • Jeff Baker
    Jeff BakerSea Breeze Computers
    Pros: 

    Random faces. Possibly royalty free usage at noon cost?

    Cons: 

    Some of the faces look really bad. Especially ones that mix older faces with younger faces.

    I don't think this does what people think it does. Correct me if I'm wrong but this doesn't create faces out of nothing. It mixes or morphs parts of faces from real photos together. A technology that has been around for almost 20 years. It seems as though they have a selection of photos of faces that are used over and over. After a while the faces all look very similar. Some of them do not look good.

    Jeff Baker has used this product for one day.
  • Pros: 

    So good I'm hoping they're lying.

    Cons: 

    Skynet.

    Just wait until they let you say 'that one' and then have a whole portfolio of pictures from vacations, working, whatever, generated and sold on a range of backgrounds or the backgrounds of your choice and there's no risk of that person doing anything you don't like because they aren't real. Crazy. Esp if they let you 'click and replace' a given person with the generated one or add them... crazy.

    Joshua Sharp has used this product for one day.
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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This is wild. Could be a useful tool similar to uiFaces for importing placeholder photos of people in mockups and prototypes.
Mat Silva
Mat Silva@matsilva · Software engineer @cloudbees
@rrhoover or be used for next level spam bots. Prob both! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦
Tkachenko Arthur 🇺🇦@arthur_tkachenko · Building a tools for Food Tech projects
@rrhoover looks easier than create a face of a real robot
Chris
Chris@mrletter · Designer & Developer, Portland, OR
@rrhoover That was my first thought. Any word from the makers about IP? @matsilva All the generic recruiters on Linkedin.
Phillip Wang
Phillip Wang@lucidrains
@rrhoover Hi, someone sent me here to say I made this!
R. Colin Kennedy
R. Colin Kennedy@rcolinkennedy · Product Leader
How am I so scared and so impressed all at once?
Monica S. Flores
Monica S. Flores@monicadear · Director of Digital Products
@rcolinkennedy that's exactly it! #uncannyvalley
Daniel Falk
Daniel Falk@falkdaniel
How do I know that it is computer generated and not just a huge database of images of random people? 🧐
Angélique Toque
Angélique Toque@angeliquetoque · Marketing Wizard & Growth Hacker
@falkdaniel This is what I thought as well. Good question.
Jarek
Jarek@jaaaaarek · Designer + Creator
@falkdaniel I've come across some of the same images in the preview images above. Looks like they don't generate on the fly.
Nate Silva
Nate Silva@natevancouver
@falkdaniel Some of the images have AI-ish glitches. Weird blobs, or hair that doesn’t make physical sense. Eyes that aren’t quite right.
David D. LaCroix
David D. LaCroix@daviddlacroix
@falkdaniel @natevancouver Lots of ear glitches, and glitches near edges of features, or edges where foreground meets background.
David Simoni
David Simoni@david_simoni
@falkdaniel @jaaaaarek :-( Not as interesting, knowing that!
Mr. N TL Frown
Mr. N TL Frown@mrfrowntown
The most fascinating thing about this is how, near, universally positive the comments are, rather than questioning how dangerous a tool like this could be re fake identities, scams (one person caed this), etc.
Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Chef.
This is one of the crazier things I have seen