Hello, welcome to another episode of the AI experiment "thisdoesntexist". A clever developer has harnessed the power of AI to create a website that creates non-existent airbnbs that look almost like the real thing.
This new site produces fictional Airbnb ads with photos, details of the property and even a host; Each time you click Refresh, a new fake list appears. It was made by Christopher Schmidt, a software engineer who was inspired by a similar project called thispersondoesntexist.
To do this, he trained an AI, a living room, a kitchen, a bedroom, and a dining room and introduced the results to the new website.
Every frame of this video is imaginary: the places do not exist in the real world. And for each frame, the same (random) inputs are given for four different models ̵1; one for making bedrooms, one for making dining rooms, one for making kitchens, and one for making living rooms. pic.twitter.com/sU4DhVD0Tq
– Christopher Schmidt (@crschmidt) February 24, 2019
If you want to know more about the technology of this madness, my colleague Tristan wrote an amazing one Piece about human AI.
Take a look at some Airbnb that do not exist.
Earlier we saw that this person produced non-existent people and this cat really did not produce any weird cats. In this episode, there are nonexistent airbnbs on this Airbnbdoesntexist website.
If you want to see what other fake things AI can do, GitHub now gives you a list of these top projects.