How Generated Photos are used

Generated photos reduce bias in training AI and keep real people's biometrics anonymous. Designers use our photos to bring diversity to designs, and law enforcement catches criminals. Psychologists study human face perception, and artists create NFTs. Check out cases of how people and companies use generated photos.
Datasets for ML
Gaming industry
3D visualization
Avatars and anonymity
Academic research
Medical research
HR and trainings
Law enforcement

Use cases

We are partnering with Reallusion, a 2D and 3D animation software company. Generated Photos are used in the Headshot plugin to create realistic 3D heads from single photos. This is a part of character development, which has various applications in 3D animation, game and VR design, architectural or any other kind of visualization, advertising, and other fields. Read more
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SAP used Generated Photos as avatars in a free trial version of one of its strategic software products. The photos match ethnicity, age, and gender of the demo user profiles and look consistently in the application. It was important for the company that the images can be used without legal worries, such as copyrights and royalties. Read more
Exhibition at Miraikan, the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Tokyo, Japan)
Generated Photos were featured at the permanent exhibition Digitally Natural - Naturally Digital that explores a fine line between the real and simulated world, our perception of it, and the new questions it provokes. Read more
Beyond Humanity: Colonies
Beyond Humanity is a hybrid game combining a board game with electronic miniatures and an accompanying application. One of the game’s features is a neural network that runs simulations of thousands of virtual citizens. These citizens are portrayed using Generated Photos, and each player also can choose a unique AI-generated portrait for their avatar. Read more
Space Wreck
Space Wreck is an indie video game that used Generated Photos to portray multiple characters in the scenario. Using combinations of filters, the team found photos matching very specific criteria, such as ethnicity, hair style, or age. Synthetic photos were especially helpful when they needed to portray less than admirable characters. Read more

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