This page lists impressive results in machine learning.
Online photorealistic portrait generator is available at thispersondoesnotexist.com.
imglarger.com proposes super-resolution enhancement, while bgeraser.com proposes background erasing.
WangKosinski18 Detect gayness from picture.
Detect heart beat rate from video.
ZAO allows users to face swap from one picture, and become Di Caprio in Titanic.
JoPark19 propose a GAN to easily photoshop real images in milliseconds. Similar inpaintings by NVIDIA are available here.
NKH19 propose face swapping and reenactement techniques.
ZHSJ19 propose re-lightening techniques.
JZWWS+18 learns to synthesize voice from 5-second samples.
Payne19 proposed MuseNet to create musical compositions.
Respeecher allows to create speeches in another person's voice.
Natural language processing
RWAAC+19 proposed GPT2, which you can play with on talktotransformer.com.
LCRDJ18 achieved state-of-the-art translations without parallel data. They simply found a rotation of the word embeddings of two languages that make the embeddings fit nicely.
AlphaGo, Alpha Zero.
YKS15 showed that algorithms outperformed even close relatives at predicting an individuals' personality traits derived from a combination of relatives' judgments.
EIYSDH16 showed that algorithms could outperform naive humans at emotion classification based on images.
AlphaFold EJKSG+18 SEJKS+20
Deep learning for symbolic math LampleCharton19
Meehl54 list examples from 1954 where statistical computations suffice to outperform clinical predictions by doctors (to verify).