This Face Recognition AI Can Help You Check Whether Your Partner Have Done Porn Or Not

Jyotis - May 31, 2019


This Face Recognition AI Can Help You Check Whether Your Partner Have Done Porn Or Not

An unknown Weibo account has revealed that he managed to train a facial recognition AI to look for the photos of women on social media, whose faces are extracted from porn videos available in the adult platform such as Pornhub.

On the Internet, you can accidentally see countless porn videos or sex tapes that are classified into many other genres and kinds, including products from amateur players.

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A Chinese programmer created an AI to detect porn performers on social media.

We often don’t know how they will be because most of them don’t want to reveal their real identities as well as contact with fans in daily life, especially when many just make a porn video for a living. And therefore, they tend to hide their career from everyone, including their relatives and friends. However, in recent days, a Weibo post will probably reveal all of their secret life.

An unknown Weibo account has revealed that he managed to train a facial recognition AI to look for the photos of women on social media, whose faces are extracted from porn videos available in the adult platform such as Pornhub. In reality, the creepy AI can realize whether someone has made any sex tape or porn video or not.

Yiqin Fu, a Ph.D. candidate in political science at Standford University, was the one to discover and retweet the post on Weibo, which was translated and checked by Motherboard. According to the first poster who said he came from Germany, his facial recognition AI has "successfully identified more than 100,000 young ladies" in the global adult industry.

However, the man hasn’t provided any specific evidence to prove what he said, such as training database, code or something like this. When Motherboard contacted with him via Weibo, he revealed he was planning to introduce “technical details” and “database schema” in the next few days.

Along with the spread of Fu’s post in the US and the secret programmer in China on the Internet, both academics and activists are asking a series of questions concerning the impact this AI can bring to humans. On Weibo, the Germany-based man said both dating and married couples “on both sides” have the rights to know whether their partner has done porn or not. After he had got a lot of criticism, he changed his mind and said he intended to help women check whether their intimate videos have been available on porn websites or not. And as such, they can give takedown requests.

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With this AI, women who have done porn may become preys of misogynists and overexcited fans.

It seems that the man has some troubles or prejudice with women. That’s also what a lot of Weibo users are thinking of. Even some ask when he will develop a program that can detect amateur actors in porn.

However, the existence of such an AI is really a provocative question. It reminds us of deepfake AI that allows users to edit the women’s faces onto adult players while the victims don’t have any idea. This technology doesn’t just breach privacy unethically but it also is a tool for misogynists to control women as well as their bodies.

Adult actresses have no choice but to report bad guys to their payment portals and request a ban on them on social media. In addition, many misogynists and overexcited fans are always conspiring to follow all addresses, friends and phone numbers of these actresses.

And with the new AI developed by the Germany-based Chinese programmer, women will clearly have to face much more risks than ever before. How terrible this technology is!

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Even some ask when he will develop a program that can detect amateur actors in porn.

That’s not all. Victims of this AI may include revenge porn’s victims or those who are secretly filmed or shared on porn sites without their consent. Only with the correct search tags, spiteful actors will be able to find out videos relating to their victims and make use of the AI to stalk, extort or blackmail these women.

For many years, a lot of AI experts have warned us about the risks the artificial intelligence technology can cause to our life. Its issues mainly originate from those who can approach and abuse it for bad purposes.

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