( fire roars ) We are so glad
that you’re back, but don’t get
too comfortable because the robots
at an alarming rate. Case in point, because you’re
exactly correct, Rhett. – Yes.
– The graphics chip company – Nvidia?
– Nvidia. You know, sometimes you crack
open your computer, the insides of it, and you’ll see that
the graphics card says
“Nvidia” on it. I haven’t done that. Well, you should do it, and what they’ve done
is they have created an A.I. machine, and after feeding it literally
photos of celebrities, like putting–
like, it ate them. – Right, like Polaroids.
– That’s what I mean by– – like, and I mean, literally,
– ( chomping ) …I mean, like, the card
ate celebrity photos. I understand. And then it figured out
how to generate fake faces,
eerily real fake faces. Okay? And it–
well, I’m not gonna– I’ll show you
some pictures, and what I want you
to assess is if the picture
is of a real person or a picture of a fake person that this Nvidia artificial intelligence
created. – Okay.
– Okay? Um, got a few of these. And basically this kind of
gives me an indication of who you’re gonna
side with in the robot apocalypse. I’m siding with
whoever’s winning. If the robots are winning,
I’m siding with them. But can you even tell
who you should side with? I think that’s the question. Well, we’re going to
find out right now. Look at this picture.Is this a fake personor a reality star?Man! So you’re
telling me that… they may have just– Okay, so they, like, the robots pieced together pictures of fake– They learned
what faces look like and then made new ones. Is this one of those? I hope this is fake.
I hope that’s not a real person. That’s all I ‘m gonna say.
I hope that’s–
I hope that’s the robot. Keep in mind, it’s not–
I’m not asking,
“Is it a real person?” I’m asking,
“Is it a reality star?” Uh, I–
it’s not a reality star. It’s a robot person. It’s a– it’s created
from the robots. – This is Georgia Toffolo.
– Uh-huh. The A.I. also
gives them a name. – Yeah, because–
– Nope, that’s not right. She’s the star of
the U.K. reality series “Made In Chelsea.” – ( buzzer sounds )
– What? Even though there’s, like,
a two-tone situation going on – with her makeup.
– Is that on purpose? I though that the robots
made a mistake. – No, they–
– But she made a mistake with her own makeup. I do not know the story
behind her makeup. Is that contouring?
That’s contouring. But she is a real
reality star. That’s bad contouring. Sorry, Nvidia, or what–
( chuckles ) All right, look at this one.I don’t know what that
A.I.’s name is in Nvidia,but… who’s this guy,a reality star
or a fake person?Man, he looks real. He looks realer than
the last one, doesn’t he? He does and that’s why
I think you’re– I think you or the robots
are playing mind games with me. You know what I mean? Because the first one
was su– the first one was
supposed to make me think
that it was a robot, and this one
is supposed to make me think – that it’s a real person.
– It’s kind of like– But it could be a reverse
reverse psychology in that you’re trying
to get me into some rhythm, and then I bounce back! And I say “No,
that is a real person” because I ‘m reversing
my reverse instincts. It looks like Ryan Seacrest’s
bitter brother who wishes he was famous. No, that’s Dunkleman,
the guy I used to host with. He’s the only one
that’s bitter. They’re not brothers,
though. – Uh…
– What’s your answer? I’m gonna say
that this is a real person. No, this was made
by the robot, guys. – Can you believe it?
– ( groans ) Filthy trickster robot. Man, they’re good.
Okay, they’re good. They’re gonna be very–
they’re gonna be
very convincing. If they make them start talking,
then we’re in trouble.Is this a fake person
or a reality star?Hello. What does “Hello” mean? What do you mean by that? – Hello.
– Hello. – You’re pretty.
– Oh. Now, her eyes go
in slightly different
directions. – Is this–
– Which I– – Is this a mis–
– I’m a fan of. Is this a mistake that the robots
would make? I think that this is
a real person. This is a real
reality star. This is also
a robot creation. Dang, they get even
the imperfections down. So the– so– yeah,
so they’re– I think they intentionally
are adding imperfections, which is fascinating. They’re learning so rapidly. Nothing is safe. I don’t understand
how they do it. I don’t– don’t tell me
your secrets, robots. Just– you know what?
Just give me the pill and let me enjoy myself. That’s what I say.
I’m not gonna fight them. No, I’m gonna live
in bliss, man. All you guys are gonna be like,
“We’re part of the revolution,” and you’re gonna be living
underground in caves, and I’m gonna be out there,
like, having a daiquiri that’s actually like
some sort of weird juice that they made
from some plant, and I don’t even care because I’m gonna be the one
having a great time just turning into
a giant blob of a person.All right,
check out this guy.Fake person
or reality star?Man, if the robots made
that guy… with a little goatee
and everything? Like the light unibrow. That is a real person. The robots did not make
that guy. No robots would make
that decision with the hair. Robots are too smart. Correct. This is Zach Rance
of CBS’s “Big Brother.” – Oh.
– You stopped watching
“Big Brother”? Yeah, I stopped watching
the first time I saw
an advertisement for it. I stopped watching the preview.
I was like, “Nope, not for me.”All right,
and check out this gal.– Reality star or fake person?
– Robot. Robot. I’m going with
instincts really fast now. Just robot! Robot!
She seems– Robot person. Why? Just overall? Uh, it just seems
a little bit too well
put together. You know what I’m saying? Like, there’s
a striking symmetry there. Okay, you’re going– All right, you’re staying nice.
That’s safe. Uh, this is Yandy Smith from VH1’s
“Love & Hip Hop.” – ( buzzer sounds )
– Really? Another show I don’t watch. She is real but the smile
is painfully fake. I mean, give me a break.
Come on. Yeah, she’s
really forcing it. Work on your fake
smile, girl. All right, so that’s it. So I am thoroughly alarmed
at this point. – So I only got–
– You only got one. I got one right, which means that the robots
are gonna take advantage of me, and as I’ve established,
I don’t care. I welcome it.
I want to be taken advantage of. I– can I watch? I will serve you. Thanks for liking, commenting,
and subscribing. You know what time it is. I’m Senior Airman
Nathanial Clark from Melbourne, Florida, currently deployed in Africa, and it’s time to spin
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