Ever wake up and examine sales pages or “About Us” pages in Crypto launches because, like me, you have no life?
Did you know in Chrome you can right-click on an image and see where that image was used before by select “Search with Google Lens”?
You can also use tineye.com for reverse image searches too!
But every now and then, you encounter images that have never been online (woohoo, you’ll think, brand new people who really did use whatever was sold!).
Alas, ‘taint the case, no how, no way.
I present for your fun and excitement:
“Artificial intelligence has made it easier than ever to produce images that look completely real but are totally fake.
Icons8 is a company who wants to put these types of pictures to use, and so they’ve created Generated Photos, a resource of 100,000 AI-generated faces that are royalty-free.
Although there are some portraits that look glitchy (and therefore fake), there are many more that could rival the real people you see in stock photos.”
What’s that? You can’t see how such a thingee is possible?
Well! Lookie at the filters available at
Aaaaand used all over the place. Here’s some history:
If your testimonial person does NOT want to put his/her face online, you can always, I suppose, put in an avatar found on that free image site.
Just… ensure the testimonials truly *are* real. It adds to your credibility bigtime…. because there are *always* ways master researchers can uncover anything that is faked.