Taylor Swift AI Nudes Cause Fandom Uproar on X: Horribly Disgusting

January 25, 2024
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– Pornographic AI-generated images of Taylor Swift have been circulating on social media platforms, sparking outrage among her fans and the wider public.
– The deepfake images show Swift in sexualized positions while partially dressed in Kansas City Chiefs clothing, in reference to her rumored romance with Chiefs player Travis Kelce.

Pornographic deepfake images generated using AI technology have caused controversy after being shared widely on social media platforms. The images show singer Taylor Swift engaged in various sexualized poses while wearing Kansas City Chiefs clothing, reportedly as a reference to her rumored relationship with Chiefs player Travis Kelce.

The images, which have been seen at least 22 million times, according to The Daily Dot, were eventually removed by the social media site X. However, they were also found on other platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Reddit, all of which are also working to clamp down on the spread of such content.

Taylor Swift’s fans quickly mobilized to report the explicit images and flood social media with positive posts about the singer using the keywords “Taylor Swift AI” in an effort to drown out the fake images. This led to the topic trending on social media on Thursday morning.

Democratic Senator Mark Warner condemned the incident, expressing concern about the potential for AI to be used to create non-consensual intimate imagery. He called for AI companies and social media platforms to take action to prevent the circulation of such content.

Twitters CEO Elon Musk and Taylor Swift have not made any public comments about the issue as of now. President Joe Biden previously issued an executive order in October 2023 to prevent generative AI from producing non-consensual intimate imagery of real individuals.

Deepfake technology has raised concerns not only in relation to non-consensual pornography but also with regards to the potential misuse of celebrities’ images in advertising or political manipulation.

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