The faces of celebrities, politicians, children, or pretty much anyone, can be pasted over faces of porn stars in X-rated movies using freely available machine-learning software.
The resulting flicks look convincing, and effectively allow miscreants to place people – from the rich and famous to the powerful to ex-partners – into highly compromising and believable positions on moving video footage.
As if female celebrities don’t have enough to worry about in regards to creepy strangers on the internet, now people are making fake porn using their faces.
Motherboard reports that people keep making “deepfakes,” which are AI-assisted porn videos using celebrity faces. After a Redditor named deepfakes started releasing videos involving Taylor Swift, Maisie Williams, and Gal Gadot late last year using machine-learning, another Redditor was inspired to create an app to help other make similar fake porn.
An article by Dave Lee discussions about the issues that emerge with the Deepfake application (Deepfakes pornography).
Lately, there has been a blast in what has turned out to be known as deepfakes: obscene recordings controlled so the first performer’s face is supplanted with someone else’s, also called Deepfakes pornography.
As these apparatuses have turned out to be all the more dominant and less demanding to utilize, it has empowered the exchange of sexual dreams from individuals’ creative abilities to the web.
It flies past the limits of human goodness, as well as our feeling of accepting what we see and hear.