Bumble has released the source code for their AI algorithm for spotting unsolicited nudes
Bumble has been using machine learning to safeguard its members from indecent photographs since 2019. The function, dubbed Private Detector, examines photographs shared from matches to see whether they contain improper information. It was built largely to capture unsolicited nude photographs, but it may also identify shirtless selfies and images of firearms, both of which are prohibited on Bumble. When a positive match is found, the app will blur the offending image, giving you the option to see it, block it, or report the sender.