As we gear up for another insightful episode of the SEX Podcast, we couldn’t help but be drawn to a topic that’s been making waves in both the tech and ethical spheres—Deepfakes.

You might have heard about the recent hullabaloo involving none other than Taylor Swift, and if not, we’ve got you covered with this eye-opening article from Newsweek: As we gear up for another insightful episode of the SEX Podcast, we couldn’t help but be drawn to a topic that’s been making waves in both the tech and ethical spheres—Deepfakes.

You might have heard about the recent hullabaloo involving none other than Taylor Swift, and if not, we’ve got you covered with this eye-opening article from Newsweek:

https://www.newsweek.com/taylor-swift-ai-pornography-deepfake-photos-twitter-x-1864445

Now, we know our podcast is all about the lighter side of life, but sometimes we need to delve into the more serious stuff that affects our digital playground. Deepfakes have been causing a ruckus for years, and the big question is: Why Taylor Swift?

Join us this Friday as we unravel the tangled web of ethical, consent, and moral dilemmas surrounding the nonconsensual use of face photos to create these hurtful videos. In a world where adult content is readily available, why do individuals engage in the malicious act of deep faking, specifically targeting women?

Let’s face it; there’s a time and place for humor, but some issues demand our attention and conversation. We’ll be exploring the purpose behind deepfakes and how they go beyond just being an unsettling trend.

Tune in as we take on this pressing issue this Friday!