It is normal for us to use our phone to take pictures. So many people and used to take nude photos, which is not a bad thing, but he always has some risk. Especially if someone else is going to use the phone or look at it, these photos are stored in the gallery, at least in general. In Japan they came up with something about it.
This is the Tone E20, a smartphone introduced in Japan, which uses artificial intelligence to solve this problem. Thanks to smart phone calling will detect when a user has taken a nude photo
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The Tone E20 will protect your most private photos
The work presented in the Tone E20 is called Smartphone Protection, which will use camera intelligence to see when a user takes a nude photo, whether it's a selfie or a photo of someone putting the camera together. When this is found, the image will not be saved or displayed in the phone gallery, preventing it from being visible to anyone using the phone.
In addition, this function allows the phone to be connected to another service, such as that of the parents, in the case of a small phone. If you connect with parents, if a child tries to take nude photos, a notification will be sent to parents
This work presented in the camera app for the Tone E20, which is already set to be sold in Japan for about 167 euros in defeat. It's a modest phone system at a professional level, with a Helio P22 processor, a 12 + 13 + 2 Mpx triple camera and a 3,900 mAh battery capacity, in addition to having Android 9.0 Pie as an operating system.
Above all this is that it will prevent your nude photos from falling into bad hands or who shouldn't end up seeing the star in Tone E20. In addition to being a great tool for parents, they want to prevent their children from doing this. No plans for this phone will be launched outside of Japan, but other products may use artificial intelligence for similar purposes in the future.