Fake people with real influence: Human responses to computer-generated (CG) and GAN faces
Recent advances in technology have led people to increasingly opt for online service delivery and social relationships - including with "people" who are not human. Computer-generated (CG) beings are now providing social companionship, romantic partnership, and even psychological and medical advice, which people have easy access to from the comfort of their own home. CG faces are also becoming commonplace in science as face stimuli. Given the growing reliance on CG beings in real life and...[Show more]
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