When with the opposite version be created, the guess-the-dong-length version for hen parties de-robeing men?
OK, I forgut that was never going to be so popular...
GitHub has deleted a repository containing partial blueprints of DeepNude, the notorious AI-powered app that stripped clothes from women in photos to generate fake naked pics. These fragments of decompiled Python source code revealed the inner workings of the software, and were generated from a copy of the DeepNude application …
"When with the opposite version be created, the guess-the-dong-length version for hen parties de-robeing men?"
Women don't need a special app for that; they just look at your hands and feet. Tells 'em -- with a good degree of correlation -- what they want to know.
Right, "Big Donald"?
Supposedly, the original plan for DeepNudes was for a male version too, they just got shut down too soon.
Meanwhile, if someone creates a nude portrait of a female or male celebrity with Photoshop (or even paper and pencil), that's apparently acceptable, and has been for years. Because it's art.
It appears Discord has also banned users who sought out the app
Again, the system also punishes the very human impulse to curiosity.
Oh, of course, it's one of those features, many would like to see weeded out of the species, because whistle-blowers, and people poking at things others rather they didn't and finding flaws, and inconveniently thinking outside of the box.
Nope, I never had a discord a/c - I keep confusing it with Disqus (it's not Disqus, is it??)
Lot of inappropriate outrage. The genie is out of the bottle, society may as well get used to computer generated art, including nudes. As usual the issue isn't really the tools but for what purpose individuals use it. Banning any account with a connection seems a desire to be seen to be doing something, anything, and difficult to justify. And probably won't be.
Also, it's basically just a Photoshop automation toy that essentially stick the head of someone onto the nude body of someone else. In essence, it's not much different to some of the filters that things like SnapChat offer. Wouldn't it be ironic if they offered the service, or something like it, just to get the publicity!
I fail to get excited (in any sense of the word) by this but would happily a host a repository for the relevant code because takedown notices should not be enforced so readily. The next time it could be some very useful new cryptographic algorithm,
Well guess what, I'm going to keep using a neural net to generate virtual nude images of whoever I damn well please and there's not a single thing you can do to stop me. How do you like that, huh? ...well, yes, actually it is implemented in wetware, and no I can't exactly save the images anywhere - how did you guess?
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