Students used AI to create nude photos of their classmates. For some, arrests came next.

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Uh-huh. Put AI in the same room as teen-age boys..and what do you think will happen?


Stevie Hyder felt nauseous.
Standing in the hallway at her Illinois high school a few weeks ago, the 15-year-old found out one of her sophomore classmates was using artificial intelligence, or AI, to create nude photos of her. Dozens of doctored images of her and other teenage girls were floating around, a friend told her. Some even depicted teachers.
By the time the principal called her mom, Hyder was the 22nd girl on his list.

As AI gains a stronger foothold in the American economy and culture, administrators are watching it creep into schools.
In December, two middle school boys at a charter school in Miami were arrested on suspicion of using an AI app to create nude photos of their classmates, who were between the ages of 12 and 13, according to an arrest warrant.
Officials charged the boys with third-degree felonies, citing a state law that forbids the “unauthorized promotion of a sexually explicit image.” A number of states, including Texas and Virginia, have so-called “deepfake laws,” which criminalize the nonconsensual creation of pornography using an image of another person. Even more state legislatures are mulling putting such rules on the books.
A few months later, a similar scandal hit a middle school in Beverly Hills, California.
In February, five eighth-graders at Beverly Vista Middle School were involved in using AI to superimpose the faces of 16 other eighth-graders onto photos of nude bodies, according to CBS Los Angeles and a statement from the district.

The Beverly Hills Police Department launched an investigation into the incident, according to department spokesperson Andrew Myers. The probe is ongoing.
 
Uh-huh. Put AI in the same room as teen-age boys..and what do you think will happen?


Stevie Hyder felt nauseous.
Standing in the hallway at her Illinois high school a few weeks ago, the 15-year-old found out one of her sophomore classmates was using artificial intelligence, or AI, to create nude photos of her. Dozens of doctored images of her and other teenage girls were floating around, a friend told her. Some even depicted teachers.
By the time the principal called her mom, Hyder was the 22nd girl on his list.


As AI gains a stronger foothold in the American economy and culture, administrators are watching it creep into schools.
In December, two middle school boys at a charter school in Miami were arrested on suspicion of using an AI app to create nude photos of their classmates, who were between the ages of 12 and 13, according to an arrest warrant.
Officials charged the boys with third-degree felonies, citing a state law that forbids the “unauthorized promotion of a sexually explicit image.” A number of states, including Texas and Virginia, have so-called “deepfake laws,” which criminalize the nonconsensual creation of pornography using an image of another person. Even more state legislatures are mulling putting such rules on the books.
A few months later, a similar scandal hit a middle school in Beverly Hills, California.
In February, five eighth-graders at Beverly Vista Middle School were involved in using AI to superimpose the faces of 16 other eighth-graders onto photos of nude bodies, according to CBS Los Angeles and a statement from the district.

The Beverly Hills Police Department launched an investigation into the incident, according to department spokesperson Andrew Myers. The probe is ongoing.

Seriously?

But we have genuine human traffickers crossing the border every fucking day of the week
 
I am sort of surprised these kids are shocked by this.

I thought all these digital kids knew. . .once you put something on the internet, it is there forever, and anyone could use that stuff to manipulate it and troll you?

My generation were already adults with the internet, and we got skittish about posting shit on it very early on. Folks could take photos of you, and manipulate them, and draw cocks on them from the start. . . wtf? This is just a more sophisticated version.

 
Seriously?

But we have genuine human traffickers crossing the border every fucking day of the week
True..and irrelevant to the topic. BTW...human trafficking has been a thing in this country and in the world for a long time now.
AI is new.
Is it your point that this is a minor issue? Unworthy of trying to discourage? Would you have an issue with a purported nude photo of your 12 year old being spread around the locker room? How do you think your child would feel?
 
Would you have an issue with a purported nude photo of your 12 year old being spread around the locker room? How do you think your child would feel?
A. I don't think I would have ever let my kid on social media at 12. . who the hell does that?

B. If my kid is posting pics of themselves in their teens, and they get trolled like this, and it makes them "feeeeeel" bad? Lesson learned. Maybe they won't make their picture publicly available to folks they don't trust.

End of problem.
 
A. I don't think I would have ever let my kid on social media at 12. . who the hell does that?

B. If my kid is posting pics of themselves in their teens, and they get trolled like this, and it makes them "feeeeeel" bad? Lesson learned. Maybe they won't make their picture publicly available to folks they don't trust.

End of problem.
Not what's happening. Kids are using deepfake tech to strip the clothes off of innocent photos...and posting the nude versions. The victim didn't do or post anything wrong to begin with.

Not sure what universe you inhabit..but in the here and now, far more than half of kids 12 and under have some social media presence. No matter how hard you try..the one permissive parent who does not care..and there are far more than one....their child will share their access with their entire circle, including YOUR child.
 
True..and irrelevant to the topic. BTW...human trafficking has been a thing in this country and in the world for a long time now.
AI is new.
Is it your point that this is a minor issue? Unworthy of trying to discourage? Would you have an issue with a purported nude photo of your 12 year old being spread around the locker room? How do you think your child would feel?

It's a question of PRIORITIES. Real life 12 and 13 years getting sold every day. We know who the coyotes are, we know the local police and sheriffs helping them...priorities

For me personally, as sane and normal as I like to think my family is, we're all Southern Italian genes so it would not be dealt with politely

More likely the other family would be the ones calling the police
 
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Well...I'm sure the Gay boyz have their own 'deep fakes'.
Just get the Johnson right....

You know, I don't recall a single faggot when I was in school though we did have one lipstick lesbian named Barbie....As soon as she graduated she moved in with the our very butch female HS gym teacher and they moved north someplace that summer.

Barbie was damn good-looking in a athletic/exotic sort of way.....What a waste.
 
Not sure what universe you inhabit..but in the here and now, far more than half of kids 12 and under have some social media presence.
Then they need to stop that. It is unhealthy for them.

Keep kids from having social media, or access to the internet. End of problem.

We do it with booze, we do it with tobacco. No internet, no problem.
 
Uh-huh. Put AI in the same room as teen-age boys..and what do you think will happen?


Stevie Hyder felt nauseous.
Standing in the hallway at her Illinois high school a few weeks ago, the 15-year-old found out one of her sophomore classmates was using artificial intelligence, or AI, to create nude photos of her. Dozens of doctored images of her and other teenage girls were floating around, a friend told her. Some even depicted teachers.
By the time the principal called her mom, Hyder was the 22nd girl on his list.


As AI gains a stronger foothold in the American economy and culture, administrators are watching it creep into schools.
In December, two middle school boys at a charter school in Miami were arrested on suspicion of using an AI app to create nude photos of their classmates, who were between the ages of 12 and 13, according to an arrest warrant.
Officials charged the boys with third-degree felonies, citing a state law that forbids the “unauthorized promotion of a sexually explicit image.” A number of states, including Texas and Virginia, have so-called “deepfake laws,” which criminalize the nonconsensual creation of pornography using an image of another person. Even more state legislatures are mulling putting such rules on the books.
A few months later, a similar scandal hit a middle school in Beverly Hills, California.
In February, five eighth-graders at Beverly Vista Middle School were involved in using AI to superimpose the faces of 16 other eighth-graders onto photos of nude bodies, according to CBS Los Angeles and a statement from the district.

The Beverly Hills Police Department launched an investigation into the incident, according to department spokesperson Andrew Myers. The probe is ongoing.
I really don't agree with kids being arrested and charged with felonies for this. I think law enforcement is being over zealous in my opinion. These are young teenagers using AI to photoshop their classmates so they appear nude, sounds like a very cruel prank that I think they should definitely be punished for.... but arresting them and charging them with felonies? c'mon that is going overboard, these are just teenagers. If they were actually taking real photos of them naked without their consent that would be different, but these are fake images that are photoshopped with AI. Sorry I don't agree with the punishment. The idea of teenagers getting charged with felonies for AI photoshopping and yet I have witnessed teens bringing weapons and drugs into school or starting physical fights with teachers and students without any felonies being charged, seems really unfair justice to me.
 
Uh-huh. Put AI in the same room as teen-age boys..and what do you think will happen?


Stevie Hyder felt nauseous.
Standing in the hallway at her Illinois high school a few weeks ago, the 15-year-old found out one of her sophomore classmates was using artificial intelligence, or AI, to create nude photos of her. Dozens of doctored images of her and other teenage girls were floating around, a friend told her. Some even depicted teachers.
By the time the principal called her mom, Hyder was the 22nd girl on his list.


As AI gains a stronger foothold in the American economy and culture, administrators are watching it creep into schools.
In December, two middle school boys at a charter school in Miami were arrested on suspicion of using an AI app to create nude photos of their classmates, who were between the ages of 12 and 13, according to an arrest warrant.
Officials charged the boys with third-degree felonies, citing a state law that forbids the “unauthorized promotion of a sexually explicit image.” A number of states, including Texas and Virginia, have so-called “deepfake laws,” which criminalize the nonconsensual creation of pornography using an image of another person. Even more state legislatures are mulling putting such rules on the books.
A few months later, a similar scandal hit a middle school in Beverly Hills, California.
In February, five eighth-graders at Beverly Vista Middle School were involved in using AI to superimpose the faces of 16 other eighth-graders onto photos of nude bodies, according to CBS Los Angeles and a statement from the district.

The Beverly Hills Police Department launched an investigation into the incident, according to department spokesperson Andrew Myers. The probe is ongoing.
And it should, as with all things the law looks at result. "Yes, I didn't check when I fired the gun into the house, but I didn't mean to kill anyone" Well, actualy you did legally
 
Uh-huh. Put AI in the same room as teen-age boys..and what do you think will happen?


Stevie Hyder felt nauseous.
Standing in the hallway at her Illinois high school a few weeks ago, the 15-year-old found out one of her sophomore classmates was using artificial intelligence, or AI, to create nude photos of her. Dozens of doctored images of her and other teenage girls were floating around, a friend told her. Some even depicted teachers.
By the time the principal called her mom, Hyder was the 22nd girl on his list.


As AI gains a stronger foothold in the American economy and culture, administrators are watching it creep into schools.
In December, two middle school boys at a charter school in Miami were arrested on suspicion of using an AI app to create nude photos of their classmates, who were between the ages of 12 and 13, according to an arrest warrant.
Officials charged the boys with third-degree felonies, citing a state law that forbids the “unauthorized promotion of a sexually explicit image.” A number of states, including Texas and Virginia, have so-called “deepfake laws,” which criminalize the nonconsensual creation of pornography using an image of another person. Even more state legislatures are mulling putting such rules on the books.
A few months later, a similar scandal hit a middle school in Beverly Hills, California.
In February, five eighth-graders at Beverly Vista Middle School were involved in using AI to superimpose the faces of 16 other eighth-graders onto photos of nude bodies, according to CBS Los Angeles and a statement from the district.

The Beverly Hills Police Department launched an investigation into the incident, according to department spokesperson Andrew Myers. The probe is ongoing.

I invite anyone to ponder with me why any college graduate would become a secondary teacher.

So you're 24 yo, you've just graduated college, and you'd like to teach MS math. But here's an 8th grader with a phone who snaps a pic of you and just like that, AI noods of you are sent all around the school.

His mom insists he MUST have the phone so he can order Uber Eats after school.

For all of this, plus all the normal grief, you get paid 40 grand starting salary. That's BEFORE your high deductible health insurance that you pay for. No more "cadillac" plans.

But hey, my fellow conservatives? Keep railing on about how teachers are just intent on grooming the kids, certainly that's the big problem here.
 
I really don't agree with kids being arrested and charged with felonies for this. I think law enforcement is being over zealous in my opinion. These are young teenagers using AI to photoshop their classmates so they appear nude, sounds like a very cruel prank that I think they should definitely be punished for.... but arresting them and charging them with felonies? c'mon that is going overboard, these are just teenagers. If they were actually taking real photos of them naked without their consent that would be different, but these are fake images that are photoshopped with AI. Sorry I don't agree with the punishment. The idea of teenagers getting charged with felonies for AI photoshopping and yet I have witnessed teens bringing weapons and drugs into school or starting physical fights with teachers and students without any felonies being charged, seems really unfair justice to me.
That's a tough one , to be honest. It approaches art, which rubs shoulders with personal expression. That's a problem. Then there is the "Felony" moniker. Completely useless but for the purpose of disempowering poeple; which has no place in a free society. But it is pretty fucked up because children are already hypersensitive to criticism.
 
There would be nothing better for a 24 year old fresh out of college than to spend at least a few years teaching. To see what’s really important in life. Make a difference for people who need it. Just maybe to realize that a career doesn’t have to be all about chasing every buck, but rather making a difference and living a life of meaningful service.
 

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