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Fighting against data used to train AI models has become more poisonous.

A new tool called Nightshade allows users to attach it to their creative work, and it will corrupt — or poison — training data using that art. Eventually, it can ruin future models of AI art platforms like DALL-E, Stable Diffusion, and Midjourney, removing its ability to create images.

Nightshade adds invisible changes to pixels in a piece of digital art. When the work is ingested by a model for training, the “poison” exploits a security vulnerability that confuses the model, so it will no longer read an image of a car as a car and come up with a cow instead.

The MIT Technology Review reported that Ben Zhao, a professor at the University of Chicago and one of the…

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