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How to safely store your nudes
Nude is a next-generation photo vault that uses AI to hide your sensitive photos - The Verge
Each person has all the freedom in the world to take that nude selfie for themselves or for their lucky partners, but not everyone is safe from the harsh consequences of the Internet. You might not be as much of a celeb like Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lawrence, or Scarlett Johansson, but here's a little truth bomb for you: as soon as you decide to store that sexy photo on the online Cloud, you are automatically risking your privacy and increasing the likelihood that your photos will be hacked and posted online. Like most other things, it all boils down to gaining money and leverage. Hackers know that they can monetize on the bare bodies of the world's most famous celebrities, and this practice continues to happen way more frequently than we like to admit.
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Android NUDE block: AI will detect sexy photos and tell you to DELETE them immediately
Almost half of all US and European men aged between 18 and 24 have sent a naked selfie to someone, a recent survey revealed. With all of this nudity being beamed around the globe, it's no surprise that someone has taken it upon themselves to build a smartphone dedicated to screening genitals. And that someone is Japanese firm Tone Mobile. The latest creation from the company is a smartphone with built-in AI that can spot when things are getting a little too graphic on-screen and will flash no pun intended a warning at you and disable the camera. So, as you're lining up the perfect shot of your nether region, the phone will stop the shutter button from working and display the message: "Photo not taken due to inappropriate content.
How does it work? This smartphone has a "smartphone protection" feature that is artificial intelligence-powered and can only be used using Tone's products. Once the camera detects nudity in the photo taken, the owner will receive an error message saying that the recent photo taken cannot be saved nor sent by anyone-- which will then be deleted by the device.