A new web startup is selling algorithmically produced nudes of non-existent women. There's still some ethical concerns. A bizarre startup selling AI-generated nude images of women for a dollar per photo thinks it might be at the forefront of a pornography revolution. These Nudes Do Not Exist the images on the site are not safe for the workplace is trying to break ground in the world of online nudity by offering its visitors stills of computer-generated women from the breasts up. Similar, though less salacious — yet still unsettling — AI-generated content has already been created on feet and cats.
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Around the world, people are trying to maintain their sanity through creative means in light of the current pandemic and its unexpected effects upon work, travel, lifestyle and security. In response, people, especially on social media, have taken to performing parody songs, posing as works of art, ramping up their social activism, and wearing inventive forms of personal protective equipment. In addition, apps such as Zoom have seen their membership skyrocket as the human need for interaction meets the modern world of technology and connectivity. Others are taking the unfortunate opportunity afforded them from social isolation to catch up on cleaning, learn new skills, such as origami, or completing the next great work of literature. In all cases, there is a longing to return to some form of normal, even if it is a new normal. Nudism lifestyle concept for girl alone at home cleaning the floor with modern stuff - housewife Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus, for most people, the stay-cation has become the go-to journey until the travel industry returns to its frenetic glory.
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BRITS are stripping off to beat lockdown boredom and turning to naturism. British Naturism , an organisation that promotes naturism in the UK, has introduced free virtual yoga classes for the first time during coronavirus pandemic. The group - whose membership currently stands at around 9, - saw people take part in one naked yoga session alone.