Deepfakes are back to put fans in scenes with their favourite porn stars

US porn giant Naughty America wants to help smut fans to live out their fantasies by using a little artificial intelligence. The production company plans to use the controversial deepfakes face-swapping tech to insert punters into scenes with their favourite actors and actresses.

Naughty America is allowing customers to commission their own clips, which will feature their faces superimposed of porn performers. When commissioning the clips, users will be asked to send the company footage of themselves making a number of different facial expressions.

Customers will also be able to switch up the environment of a scene. So, for example, the scene could be altered to make it appear as if it were was taking place in the viewer’s bedroom. So, essentially, you can commission a scene with your favourite performer that takes place in your own home. But none of it will be real.

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To showcase the feature, the company posted a pair of extremely not safe for work videos. In the first, the company swapped the faces of performers, while the second transported a performer to an oceanside location.

The launch comes months after Deepfakes were blacklisted by Reddit and a number of gif-sharing services around the web. Originally, the tech was used by online pervs to superimpose the faces of famous people on to the bodies of porn stars without their consent.

Actresses like Daisy Ridley, Sophie Turner, Emma Watson and Natalie Dormer were affected by the Deepfakes craze, while the mug of Nicolas Cage was plastered over pretty much everything.

Given that all of the new deepfakes will be requested (and indeed paid for) by consenting adults, they’re unlikely to receive such fierce opposition this time around. Naughty America CEO told Variety: “The future of entertainment is personalisation,” he said. “I don’t think you can exist in the media industry if you aren’t prepared to use this technology.”

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