Americans Don’t Need Deepfakes to Believe Lies About Nancy Pelosi
President Trump tweeted a video of House speaker Nancy Pelosi that was altered to make her look and sound drunk, with the speed slowed down to 75 percent.
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It's Getting Way Too Easy to Create Fake Videos of People's Faces
Samsung researchers developed an algorithm that only needs one source image to create fake videos.
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Kamala Harris and Bipartisan Legislators Hope to Pass Federal Anti-Revenge Porn Law
The SHIELD (Stopping Harmful Image Exploitation and Limiting Distribution) Act aims to hold perpetrators accountable for nonconsensual pornography.
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This AI-Generated Joe Rogan Voice Sounds So Real It's Scary
Startup Dessa created a Joe Rogan voice that sounds very much like the real thing.
Turn Your Pet Into Another Species With This AI Tool
Using similar algorithms to deepfakes, Nvidia developed a new way to turn your pets into tigers, wolves, and other animals.
The Moon Might Be Quaking from Stress, Scientists Find
New research analyzes how the moon's surface moves, from a cooled interior to gravitational pulls.
A Government Database for People Who Pay for Sex Is a Terrible, Dangerous Idea
A set of bills pass this month in Florida that, if they become law, will build a “Soliciting for Prostitution Public Database."
Did the FBI Seize My Vagina Cultures?
When the FBI raided the offices of at-home microbiome testing startup uBiome, it likely took with it data about my own health.
A Sex Workers Union Is Organizing Against Instagram Discrimination
The Adult Performers Actors Guild is standing up for sex workers who are tired of being banned from Instagram with no explanation.
This Quantum Physicist Used Machine Learning to Map Reddit’s Sexual Fetishes
More than one thousand subreddits, plotted in an interactive tree.
An Adult Model Explains How to Take the Best Nude Selfies
Whether you're a professional or just looking to sext, here's the stuff you'll need to upgrade your nude selfie game.
Researchers Say Facebook’s Dead Users Could Outnumber the Living Within 50 Years
This study suggests we start thinking seriously about how we handle digital remains.