DeepNude downloads still possible after creators shut down app that undresses women
Deepnude, an app that turned photos of clothed women into nudes was shutdown down by its creators after it went viral.
The desktop app used artificial intelligence to morph photos of women.
The app’s Twitter account carried a statement in which creators said “honestly, the app is not that great, it only works with particular photos. We never though it would become viral and we would not be able to control the traffic. We greatly undersestimated the request”.
“We don’t want to make money this way. Surely some copies of DeepNude will be shared on the web, but we don’t want to be the ones who sell it.
“Downloading the software from other sources or sharing it by any other means would be against the terms of our website,” the staetment said.
“From now on, DeepNude will not release other versions and does not grant anyone its use. Not even the licenses to activate the Premium version.
“This world is not yet ready for DeepNude,” the Twitter accounts in the statement after an article drew people’s attention towards DeepNude.