Tech Tuesday: Troubling Trends In Artificial Intelligence Software
An artificial intelligence service that’s free and available on the web can transform clothed images of women into nudes with life-like accuracy, including breasts and genitalia.
The so-called deepfakes are made without the women’s consent. And their faces are clearly visible.
Today on Tech Tuesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: troubling trends in the use of artificial intelligence software.
- Jack Nicas, tech reporter, The New York Times
- Drew Harwell, tech reporter, The Washington Post
- Russell Holly, contributing editor, Android Central
- Washington Post: "A shadowy AI service has transformed thousands of women’s photos into fake nudes: ‘Make fantasy a reality’"
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