now imagine this
an open online community aimed at helping people learn maths (the kind you learn at university in a mathematics dept., the "advanced" stuff) on their own
that provides and/or compiles resources, like a roadmap of what are good orders to learn different subjects in, references to textbooks that are accessible, help with assessing when one has understood the current subject well enough to move on to the following ones, etc.
and somewhat inclusive.
does that exist already?
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Eye contact // THREAD: How to recognize AI-generated faces? Conclusion
There might be other details, such as colored spots on the face, or whenever the image is generating a picture with other people on the side of the frame, they often look mangled and pretty uncanny. I’ve chosen not to include example of those because they’re very blatant, and people who are trying to look real would certainly not use pictures with those features. If you go on the website, you might encounter those after a few refreshes.
I strongly encourage you to train yourself to recognize them for a few minutes on https://www.whichfaceisreal.com, once you notice the telling signs, it becomes pretty easy to discern an image generated from the StyleGAN neural network.
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