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Deepfake photos and videos often appear credible to the average viewer, prompting concerns by researchers and lawmakers about their potential to mislead the public, especially in the run-up to the election. Soon, it will be hard to debunk digital impersonations in time to prevent significant damage. The technology is cheap and easily accessible, and the chances for use are limitless. The free version of DeepNude placed a large watermark on images it generated. As Motherboard noted, it could easily be cropped out.
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DeepNude, app that let users create fake nudes of women, has shut down - Business Insider
A new web app that lets users create realistic-looking nude images of women offers a terrifying glimpse into how deepfake technology can now be easily used for malicious purposes like revenge porn and bullying. Up until now, most deepfake technology and software requires uploading vast amounts of video footage of the subject in order to train the AI to create realistic-looking — yet false — depictions of the person saying or doing something. But DeepNude, which was first discovered by Motherboard , makes generating fake nude images a one-click process: All someone would have to do is upload a photo of any woman it reportedly doesn't generate male nudes , and let the software do the work. All the images created with the free version DeepNude are produced with a watermark by default, but Motherboard was able to easily remove it to get the un-marked image.
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A new web startup is selling algorithmically produced nudes of non-existent women. There's still some ethical concerns. A bizarre startup selling AI-generated nude images of women for a dollar per photo thinks it might be at the forefront of a pornography revolution. These Nudes Do Not Exist the images on the site are not safe for the workplace is trying to break ground in the world of online nudity by offering its visitors stills of computer-generated women from the breasts up. Similar, though less salacious — yet still unsettling — AI-generated content has already been created on feet and cats.
Fake nude photography refers to nude photographs created to appear as actual nudes of an individual. Many websites host fake nude and pornographic photos of celebrities, which are sometimes referred to as celebrity fakes. Magazines such as Celebrity Skin , which published paparazzi shots and illicitly obtained nude photos, have been cited as precursors to this phenomenon.