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Taylor Swift hit by 'disgusting' AI deep fakes

Taylor Swift hit by 'disgusting' AI deep fakes
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Elon Musk has been slammed after X-rated ‘photos’ of Taylor Swift have gone viral on his platform, X.

The singer’s fans have slammed X owner Elon Musk after a series of "deep fake" images went viral on his social networking site.

With "Taylor Swift AI" trending on the site, the 34-year-old’s defenders swarmed X – formerly known as Twitter – to demand Musk remove all traces of the x-rated, computer-generated material.

“PROTECT TAYLOR SWIFT there are 1000 of AI-generated disgusting pic of Taylor on this app,” wrote one outraged Swiftie, adding, “@elonmusk @X you better take them all down.”

It’s not known where the images originated or who first posted them.

While there is currently no nationwide ban on nonconsensual deepfake pornography in the US, it is illegal in New York, Texas, Minnesota, Virginia, Georgia and Hawaii.

It’s also possible for victims to sue the creators – if they can be tracked down – for defamation in California and Illinois.

Musk himself has previously expressed concerns about the advent of AI.

“I’m a little worried about the AI stuff,” he said onstage at a Tesla event in 2023.

“It’s quite a dangerous technology. I fear I may have done some things to accelerate it.”

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