YMMV but, if the answer hadn't been given in the footer, I wouldn't have binned Ken [L]ait in among The Patriarchy. It's okay, Ken Lait does not exist outside of the generative software of a project by MeFista Malevolent. What Matt "Malevolent" Round has done is scrape the 650 mugshots from the UK parliament and used them to train a neural net to generate Looks Like an MP pictures. You can play with that here. Not only are the faces in some sense mix-and-match; the names of these MPseuds and their constituencies are as well. It is of course
ominous predictable how many of the iterations are well-fed, middle-aged, white dudes. It is also, for me, really edgy just how photo-realistic these artificial constructs are. No surprise, I guess, to people more familiar with video games: photoshop has come a long way! . . . but still has massive fails.
Here's another set of artificial human faces generated with StyleGAN. It is couched in a binary format to decide which of two pictures is real vs fake. I was hopeless at this task: scoring correctly only 1 time in 3 which is less than random. I bet I'd get better if I persisted because guessing-and-feedback is sort of what a neural network is all about. You can educate yourself in the theory of spotting fake-fotos.