I'm planning to publish embedding trained on photos of a real person. Due to lack of a close-up's in training data it's failed to reproduce any meaningful resemblance of that person. Basically I've got another face based on a "mask" learned by embedding.
So questions is:
Do I have to mention prototype name in embedding description?
Can I post NSFW images in preview? I want to demonstrate what kind of body features this embedding will produce.
Coolguy is correct - if we can see any resemblance between the name of the subject and a real-life person, then it would definitely need to conform to the nsfw rules. However, based on the way you're describing - if the face just looks like rando-face #1 then you'd be fine to post nsfw - we'd never know what training data you used.