Through my internship last semester, me and Andreas Refsgaard created this fun project called Our initial thoughts was to make a website filled with AI-generated items to confuse the visitor and provoke status quo by showcasing the capabilities of state-of-the-art ML models.

After some brainstorming and playing around with different models and datasets, we decided to make an online bookshop, where ALL content would be generated by AI. 

That is, author names, book titles, descriptions of the books, reviews, reviewers, book covers, the actual content and the prizes would be made by ML algorithms. 

We ended up having a lot of fun and learning quite a lot about the different state-of-the-art text and image ML modelsout there. became an online bookstore which sells science fiction novels. As described on the website:

Through training, the artificial intelligence has been exposed to a large number of science fiction books and has learned to generate new ones that mimic the language, style and visual appearance of the books it has read.

None of the stories, titles, descriptions, book covers or reviews related to any of the books on has been written or designed by humans.

All books on are for sale on and can be ordered as printed paperbacks.

The stories, titles, description and reviews of the books were generated using char-rnn-tensorflow and training data from and Project Gutenberg.

The covers for the books were generated using Progressive Growing of GANs and training images from OpenLibrary.

Images of people reviewing the books were created using transparent latent gan.
A model that calculated prices for the generated books was made using regression with feature extractor and training data (book covers + prices) from

The project is made by Andreas Refsgaard and Mikkel Thybo Loose.

Snapshots of the website showing some of the AI generated books

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