Amouranth considers AI integration on OnlyFans, inspired by celebs like Kendall Jenner. Collaborating with AI companies, she emphasizes clear disclaimers amid YouTube's disclosure efforts for AI content.
Although some have found deepfakes to be problematic, Amouranth thinks they may have advantages.
Recently, a number of well-known people's looks, including Tom Cruise and Elon Musk, have been deeply faked.
Additionally, Kendall Jenner is one of the celebrities who has granted permission to companies like Meta to use her voice and likeness to construct AI chatbots, even if many of these are done without the star's approval.
Jenner is rumored to have received millions of dollars for it, and Meta has subsequently used her likeness to create the character 'Billie'.
Amouranth, a popular streamer, now hopes to introduce a related idea to OnlyFans.
Amouranth, whose real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa, thinks it might make some of her admirers realize their wildest dreams.
"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 went on to describe an instance of an "inflation fetish," in which a person asked for the victim to "inflate herself like a balloon."
Since it's obviously practically impossible for someone to accomplish that, the streamer and OnlyFans content creator proposed that an AI animation complete the task for her.
However, Amouranth asked that she release a disclaimer and make it obvious that the deepfakes weren't indeed her.
The 29-year-old acknowledged that she is now collaborating with some AI companies in light of her goals.
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.
After YouTube revealed its intention to ban video creators who do not disclose AI content, the streamer made remarks about the need to be clear about whether anything was developed by AI or not.
“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.”
The video-sharing website will "require creators to disclose when they've created altered or synthetic content that is realistic," the statement continued.
As technology continues to advance, the balance between creative expression and responsible use of AI becomes crucial. The evolving landscape of AI-generated content prompts platforms like YouTube to adapt their policies, emphasizing transparency to safeguard their communities.