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A Website Generates AirBnB Rooms that do not Exist

Just a few days ago we talked about a web page that is capable of creating (in most cases) human faces of surprising realism thanks to artificial intelligence.

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Just a few days ago we talked about a web page that is capable of creating (in most cases) human faces of surprising realism thanks to artificial intelligence. Without counting some unnatural faces, the results are amazing, especially considering that they are human faces that do not belong to anyone.

“The false AirBnB ads generated by artificial intelligence only have a difference with the real ones: they do not exist, so they can not be reserved.”

But the generation of images by artificial intelligence does not stop there, since shortly after we commented on the existence of a generator of cats, although the results were rather chilling. But returning to the path of realistic content, this website generates AirBnB ads that seem completely real, but that, effectively, do not exist.

The ads have all the luxury of details. A mosaic of photographs showing dining rooms, living rooms, rooms and kitchens with all their furniture, the person in charge of the advertisement and a brief description of the place. In the text you can find phrases without much sense, and some of the photos certainly have something strange, but otherwise it is a very credible result,

Each time the page is refreshed, a new advertisement appears, and the possibilities are endless. ThisAirBnBdoesnotexist is the last entry to a whole series of pages dedicated to the generation of synthetic objects, a trend that is already known as “Thisdoesntexist”.

These projects use open source software developed by the company Nvidia, so potentially, anyone could train an artificial intelligence to produce these types of photos. In GitHub there is a list of projects that use this technology to generate things that do not exist, which, although at the moment it is not very extensive, promises to keep growing.

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