Indian celebrities Sachin Tendulkar, Katrina Kaif, and Rashmika Mandanna are among those whose deepfake videos went viral recently. Hollywood has also been affected by it. On social media, offensive images of well-known American singer Taylor Swift went viral.
These were shared on the microblogging site X and produced using AI. The American businessman Elon Musk’s platform took down these images after he received the complaint.
it doesn’t matter how famous someone is, “she’s white billionaire, so she will be fine” doesn’t give u authority to create her disgusting Taylor Swift AI pictures.
Women should be respected‼️
PROTECT TAYLOR SWIFT#TaylorSwiftAI pic.twitter.com/Ge7L8J8LqT
— Asmi (@asmubabyyy) January 25, 2024
On X (previously Twitter), offensive images of Taylor Swift were shared. Over 24,000 individuals shared these images on social media, with over 4.5 crore people viewing them, according to reports. Nevertheless, these posts have since been taken down from social media platform X due to user complaints.
Man this is so wrong and inappropriate
— trissss (@tristnat0r) January 25, 2024
Elon Musk Took A Major Step
‘Taylor Swift AI’ became popular on X after Taylor Swift’s photos came out. These images were taken down from Elon Musk’s platform. In addition to this, Musk made another move that is thought to be quite different. On X, a search for “Taylor Swift” yields no results.
Nothing will show up even if you type “Taylor Swift AI” into the search bar. To ensure that inappropriate images of Taylor Swift are not seen, X has outlawed certain words.
.@samlansky has such a wondrous way with words, and I’ve loved reading his pieces for over a decade. If you’ve ever been around him, you know he’s just the best type of person: Curious. Interested. Hilarious. Intriguing and intrigued. I have tRuSt iSSueS when it comes to… pic.twitter.com/kAgIIcPI1f
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) December 6, 2023
Taylor Swift Fan’s Campaign
There are a vast array of admirers of American singers and musicians worldwide. This amazing campaign had a noticeable impact, as social media sites took down the AI-generated images.
According to numerous reports, there are still some offensive images on the platform. One way to stop such content is to ban specific keywords.