These flawless recreations aren't "drawings" in the traditional sense—they're pure code, being rendered live in your browser, and creating them is more programming than Groening.
This prepares the next generation for a future dominated by data.
A small community of people is dedicated to reviving DeepNude, a program that creates non-consensual nudes of women.
An app that algorithmically 'undressed' images of women was taken down by its creator, citing server overload and potential harms.
The $50 DeepNude app dispenses with the idea that deepfakes were about anything besides claiming ownership over women’s bodies.
Oregon prisons have banned dozens of books about technology and programming, like 'Microsoft Excel 2016 for Dummies,' citing security reasons. The state isn't alone.
The "tits to DEF CON" campaign, led by Badass Army, has already raised more than $11,000.
A fake video of Mark Zuckerberg giving a sinister speech about the power of Facebook has been posted to Instagram. The company previously said it would not remove this type of video.
Using text inputs, a team of machine learning experts edited videos of people to realistically form words they never said.
This time lapse of a neural network with the neurons slowly switching off is a haunting experiment in machine learning.
A 15-year-old made a working pair of DIY AirPods using an old pair of headphones and a soldering iron.
Someone is making dubious claims to have built a program for detecting faces in porn and cross-referencing against social media, with 100,000 identified so far.