‘Nude’ app uses CoreML to automatically detect & protect intimate photos on an iPhone | 9to5Mac

‘Nude’ app uses CoreML to automatically detect & protect intimate photos on an iPhone | 9to5Mac

‘Nude’ app uses CoreML to automatically detect & protect intimate photos on an iPhone | 9to5Mac

The celebrity nude ‘hack’ back in 2014 focused attention on the risks involved in having intimate photographs stored on your phone – and especially on cloud servers like iCloud. While our suspicions were correct that it wasn’t a hack at all, it did illustrate that poor security can put photos at risk.A new app aims to automatically scan your iPhone for nudes, moving them to a protected vault in the app and then deleting them from both the camera roll and iCloud …The Verge wryly notes that the two developers had the same response from most people when they first presented the app.Jessica Chiu and Y.C. Chen, who built the app together with a small team, said they received constant inquiries when promoting the app at the recent TechCrunch Disrupt conference. “Everyone said, ‘Oh I don’t have nudes — but can you tell me more?’”

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