Just in Time for Halloween, We Now Have an A.I. Program for Making Celebrities Look Absolutely …

Can artificial intelligence learn what keeps you up at night? Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty Images Angelina Jolie’s lips bleed onto her sallow, greying skin. Ellen DeGeneres stares at us with one crazed eye, blood dripping out of her mouth. Kermit the Frog holds his head in agony as the skin on his abdomen appears to peel off. Are you scared yet? Well, according to two self-learning programs, you should be. The Nightmare Machine, a tool created by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Media Lab just in time for Halloween, employs deep-learning algorithms to superimpose our deepest, darkest fears onto regular images, from celebrities and fictional characters to images of famous landmarks, like the White House, Taj Mahal, and the Colosseum. Advertisement Created by Media Lab post-doctoral fellow Pinar…


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