These images were made with AI and just a few words
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(Pocket-lint) – We’ve seen AI used for all sorts of things in recent years. These include creating images of people who don’t really exist, animating old photos of lost family members, and turning doodles into works of art.
Now, the list of uses of artificial intelligence includes creating artistic portraits with just a few words. This website lets you create AI-powered images based on the words you type in seconds. Simple and intriguing.
angry rick sanchez
This image appeared as one of the Editor’s Choice images on the site. It’s supposed to be a portrayal of Angry Rick Sanchez as a Pixar character.
We can definitely see some of Rick and Morty’s mad scientists in the final product here.
Clint Eastwood smiling
We like this one because it’s like the artificial intelligence is trying to paint Clint Eastwood from memory, but can’t quite remember what he looks like. Still, it’s pretty clear who he’s supposed to be, even with just a glance.
green eyed devil
Those are seriously green eyes. It’s easy to see this portrait as a devil as you could easily get lost in these intriguing pools of greenery.
Gordon Freeman as a Star Wars character
Another Editor’s Choice image where someone tried to see what would happen if Half-Life protagonist Gordon Freeman was a Star Wars character. No crowbar, but still quite familiar.
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The Joker in emoji
Here’s a pretty grim portrait of the Joker. The smiling face hiding a world of pain and mental anguish.
It’s not just humans that the AI is good at creating. He can also create portraits of mythical beings.
AI is pretty good at working with descriptive terms. This Elf, for example, is particularly grumpy. Maybe he’s not too happy about not being real and being created solely by an artificial intelligence.
We were curious to see what would happen if you put material sentences into the tool, rather than descriptive sentences.
It was the result of the words “graphics card”. The human representation of a GPU looks a little embarrassed with rosy red cheeks. Maybe because it’s hard to get and too expensive.
central processing unit
One imagines the AI must be an Intel fan with all the blue in this picture. Blue hair, blue background, blue team. Logic. This portrait certainly shows an optimistic person, perhaps hoping that gadgets will be easier to buy in 2022.
You can already see how arty the images are. So we thought it would be fun to suggest that the next image be made with pastel colors.
Have you ever wondered what an Apple iPhone would look like if it were a person? Now you don’t have to wonder anymore. Elegant, gray-haired and slightly worried. At least that’s what we see anyway, you’d probably get a different result.
Of course, we had to see what the AI would come up with if we used our own name. We were expecting something a little messier, but it’s still a great view of what pocket fluff could look like as a person.
We’ll be honest, when we typed “augmented reality” into the build box, we were hoping for something futuristic, but we’re guessing this image still functions as a vision of augmented reality.
The AI did a good job of creating a man that looks like a medieval cyborg in fairness. His dress seems to match the period and he has scars that could indicate implants. We are impressed.
If the World Wide Web had a face, what would it look like? This AI seems to think she might be heavily scarred. Which is weird, but probably a fair representation of the darker side of the web.
For a “rainy day”, the artificial intelligence has created an image of a depressed-looking guy soaked to the skin in miserable weather.
We wondered what the AI might think of future plans. Turns out they are quite worn, broken and beaten. Which is appropriate because that’s how we feel today anyway.
We’re often on the lookout for new patents on exciting future technologies, but we’ve certainly never seen a Samsung patent quite like this. Where do we have?
Written by Adrian Willings.