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Machine learning porn are images that are not pornographic but are false positives recognized by "adult filters" as pornography. Images in this category have been created by Gabriel Goh and Jake Elwes.

"A convolutional neural network (shown thousands of images to teach itself to classify) has been trained using Yahoo’s explicit content model for finding pornography in their search engines, which is then back engineered to generate pornography from scratch (inspiration from Gabriel Goh)."--Jake Elwes[1]

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