I am not one of those who throw to the victim the responsibility for a photo or an intimate video / NSFW leaking out there, I think everyone can capture / record what they want and share it with whomever they think they should. Score.
If you like photographing nudes and the like, a good tip can be at least take precautions, protect yourself. And now there's an app that helps with that, automagically.
Classified as “a safe safe for all your naughty photos”, which Nude does use the framework CoreML iOS to analyze locally on the iPhone images that contain nudity / sex and thus protect them (remember the Fappening?).
The cool thing is that the app that was created by two students at the University of Berkeley does everything automatically, taking the photo to its safe environment (protected by password / Touch ID) and erasing it from the Camera Roll so that it doesn't even go up to ICloud library.
Of course, like any artificial intelligence mechanism, Nude is not perfect. It will probably pull some images out of the way, as well as letting one or the other pass through your filter. It is good to stay connected, but the tendency for this recognition to improve more and more; only his initial base was built from 30 million references.
Another legal aspect of the application is that its secure environment can also be used for other purposes, such as storing very personal things and even important documents.
Free nude to download from the App Store, but whoever uses it actually needs to pay a monthly fee of $ 1 or an annual fee of $ 10. An Android version is also in development.
via The Verge