Please refresh the page and retry. T oday sees the launch of the Pirelli Calendar. How could it? After all this is the Pirelli Calendar: the annual ode to oil-slicked limbs, and sand-dusted buttocks that many have been trying to dismiss as an outmoded relic for years. C ontinuing in this pro-women vein, yesterday Peter Lindbergh unveiled his third Pirelli opus which noticeably features older actresses, all shot with barely there make-up, laughter lines and eye wrinkles showing.
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This repulsive app generates nudes from photos of clothed women
The viral app took deepfakes to another level, but its Twitter account now says, "We don't want to make money this way. Programs like DeepNude, which use artificial intelligence to manipulate media, raise questions about consent and privacy as synthetic photos and videos become easier to create. The creators of DeepNude , a desktop app that used artificial intelligence to morph a photo of a clothed woman into a picture of her naked, have shut down the app and renounced using the software, a day after an article focused attention on the program. The app is the latest form of media manipulation to raise questions about privacy and consent as artificial intelligence gets better at creating fake photos and videos. Though computer manipulation of media has existed for decades, programs like DeepNude and deepfake-video technology are making the creation of sophisticated fakes easier for average people to do -- and making forgeries harder to identify with the unaided eye. Saying that the app was originally created as entertainment, DeepNude's post discouraged use of the program and said that downloading the software from other sources or sharing it would violate its terms. The post also said DeepNude won't be released in other versions, and that nobody -- including people who hold a license for a premium version -- has permission to use it.
DeepNude app that turned photos of clothed women into nudes shuts down
Practical shmactical. Here are some of the boldest. Did you know that J Lo wearing that green Versace dress all those years ago is the reason Google Images exists? She was probably just celebrating that fact when she wore this Versace cape as a dress for an InStyle shoot.