An Artificial Intelligence was programmed to draw human faces, one problem it didn’t draw people, rather it drew demons.
The Pix2Pix project created an algorithm that takes inputted doodles and is supposed to texturize and colorize the output to make the doodle look human; the system uses generative adversarial networks (GANs).
During the process, the AI will determine if the result matches the sketch and will keep repeating the generation process until its drawing passes as ‘real.’
The AI was developed by Dutch Public Broadcaster NPO;
Users are presented with an input box and an output box on the website.
They are then prompted to draw a face in input, select process and in seconds, the AI will reveal its version of the sketch.
And although the original may not have been anything to look at, the AI’s result seems to be a thing of nightmares.
However, many AI systems have attempted to create their own art and it seems they have all had the same results.
MotherBoard explained that this is because machine learning was designed to classifying existing image, not make new ones.
But it seems, according to the popular Tumblr prostheticknowledge, the tool does work if you are able to draw a flawless image in the input box. —DailyMail
Thanks to the Pix2Pix project we can determine that AI generates demons from sketches, as you can see in the pictures below.