Amouranth plans to introduce AI feature in her videos for fans
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While deepfakes have proven an issue for some people, Amouranth believes it could prove beneficial.
Reportedly Jenner was paid millions for it, with Meta having since created the character 'Billie' using the reality TV star and model's likeness.
And now successful streamer Amouranth wants to bring a similar concept to OnlyFans.
Amouranth - real name Kaitlyn Siragusa - believes it could help some of her fans live out their ultimate fantasies.
"I think AI would be wonderful to mix with OnlyFans, because there are so many concepts out there that are just really hard to pull off in person with real people," she told Dexerto.
"If the computer can do it, that’s great. There are so many possibilities."
Amouranth proceeded to give the example of a fetish known as 'inflation fetish' where someone requested that she 'inflated herself like a balloon'.
Obviously, that's near enough impossible for someone to actually do, so the streamer and OnlyFans content creator suggested an AI cartoon did it for her.
But Amouranth insisted that she's make it clear that the deepfakes weren't really her and that she'd put a disclaimer out.
In light of her aspirations, the 29-year-old confirmed that she's currently working alongside some AI companies.
She described her idea as 'kind of like a simulated, almost girlfriend experience, but not actually convincingly'.
"It’s so new it’s basically a sci-fi concept," Amouranth added.
The streamer's comments about making it clear if something AI created or not comes after YouTube recently shared its plans to suspend creators who fail to disclose AI content.
“Generative AI has the potential to unlock creativity on YouTube and transform the experience for viewers and creators on our platform,” YouTube said in a blog post on Tuesday (November 14).
“But just as important, these opportunities must be balanced with our responsibility to protect the YouTube community. All content uploaded to YouTube is subject to our Community Guidelines - regardless of how it’s generated - but we also know that AI will introduce new risks and will require new approaches.”
It went on to say that the video sharing platform will 'require creators to disclose when they've created altered or synthetic content that is realistic'.