ast week we talked about a site where a neural network generates a new human face every time a user visits this site. All those faces were invented by a neural network and did not exist in reality (although by chance artificial intelligence could generate your double). Today, the developer decided to switch the neural network to the creation of cats. And it turns out not very.
Each update of the ThisCatDoesNotExist site is a new cat picture. But be careful: the sleep of a neural network sometimes generates monsters. Luscious, but shaggy.
The StyleGAN neural network, which creates images of cats on the site that actually do not exist, consists of two parts. One part generates an image, and the second part constantly assesses whether these cats look fake. While both parts cope so-so.