GhostlyStock generates images that look like stock photos or illustrations: “Freely-usable images summoned from beyond the aether. Energized by AI.”
The results are quite appalling and I look forward to you seeing more of it. Here’s a couple of picks from the prompt “women laughing alone with miter saws”:

Here’s “Newt Gingrich informed that his wife is terminally ill”:

Welcome cities to the the illustrious tradition of things that do not exist alongside deepdreamed mugshots, cats, politicians, etc. The first city it gave me (above) immediately struck me as a grim, gray town on the North Sea coast of England, somewhere between Newcastle and Berwick, where the damp crawls up your toes and the… READ THE REST
A popular format for AI-generated photos is “This X Does Not Exist”, with single-serving sites galore such as This Person Does Not Exist, This Politician Does Not Exist and This Cat Does Not Exist. Kashish Hora has made a site that collects them all, This x Does Not Exist. READ THE REST
Want some more words from the other English language? Ryo Ota’s Fakelish has them all. Unlike Thomas Dimson’s English word generator, it doesn’t use AI, preferring more mundrial generative techniques. But Ota’s results strike me as amusingly ligical, even babrilly, even if its use of grammars instead of neural networks seems vestrial these days. SchyperantImposillackTioughtersSchgruidsMundrialUnkalphastMireockBabrillyFormalatedGimbrawerTridentComplerLigicalDepreneOcoarrieteRaxallufficPectiesDaeorhonsHerbalve READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Life can sometimes be unfiltered and messy, and your technology is no different. While we will eventually let computers take over the world, it’s at least admirable to play along with having… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Finding the time to get out on the golf course can be challenging. And even though it sounds great in your head, skipping out early from work isn’t necessarily the most… READ THE REST
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