YouTube personality Christian Adam reveals he staged and faked the photo of Travis Scott cheating on Kylie Jenner to teach the internet a lesson. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star took to Twitter to slam the "disgusting" joke after Adams posted a video to his YouTube page proudly proclaiming that he had fooled the internet with his fake Travis Scott cheating photo. This is really damaging to relationships, families and is just so wrong!
The future of face-swapping! The REAL deepfakes speaks! Part One ran on the Truth and Part Two ran here.
Skip navigation! Story from Tech. Right now, both of these unsavoury scenarios are affecting women in Hollywood, showing a dark side of the web and the nightmarish ways people are using new technologies for harmful means.
Last week, a year-old cosplayer and Instagram model named Belle Delphine posted a photo of herself in the tub, holding a jar and a pastel pink game controller. In later Instagram videos, she films herself splashing around in the bath, wearing a tight aqua T-shirt and a thong, then spitting bathwater into a jar while winking coyly and making a wide range of facial expressions that can only be described as criminally horny. The stunt also spawned a small cottage industry of reaction videos from YouTubers who had bought her bathwater, with a handful of her fans — mostly young men in their teens or twenties — drinking it, cooking with it, and even vaping it.
Twenty-one-year-old Andrea Ng was only 16 when she uploaded a photo of herself getting ready for a school dance. She put it on her Facebook page and thought nothing more about it. Insomeone then took that photo and Photoshopped breasts on her, making it seem like she was taking a topless selfie.
It provided the opportunity for us to make the joke about our band name that everybody else has been making for 29 years. But our new act, blah blah blah. Robertson said that even though BNL originates from Canada the band members have felt a strong connection with the United States over the years.
A new web app that lets users create realistic-looking nude images of women offers a terrifying glimpse into how deepfake technology can now be easily used for malicious purposes like revenge porn and bullying. Up until now, most deepfake technology and software requires uploading vast amounts of video footage of the subject in order to train the AI to create realistic-looking — yet false — depictions of the person saying or doing something. But DeepNude, which was first discovered by Motherboardmakes generating fake nude images a one-click process: All someone would have to do is upload a photo of any woman it reportedly doesn't generate male nudesand let the software do the work.
Not to downplay the suffering caused by such operators in any way — there have been multiple suicides related to such cases — but those lone wolves are rank amateurs compared with the massive network of fraudulent accounts that catfish male victims using stolen photos of young women and adolescent girls. They knew that the accounts were fake because the photos had been stolen from Instagram accounts or personal Facebook profiles. Some of the fake accounts are massive: they have , , or evenfollowers. It starts with a friend request from a young, hot babe.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortezthe rapidly rising star of the Democratic party, has lashed out at conservative media for its treatment of women in leadership positions after the Daily Caller published a fake photo of the politician nude in a bath-tub. In fact, the photograph had been circulating on the internet already for a month and has been shown to have been falsely ascribed to the politician by a user on a Reddit forum. Ocasio-Cortez became an instant political sensation last June when she ousted in the Democratic primaries a New York congressman who had held the seat for 20 years.