Nightshade, the tool that ‘poisons’ data, gives artists a fighting chance against AI

We’re in two minds about it to be honest. We sometimes joke that it might be easier if it wasn’t called that. After all who feels good about giving their child “poison”? But it’s not the name of course. We want to protect our kids and letting them have the code means they’re safe online, can’t be tracked, their data can’t be harvested and their images and trails are locked. Great for them of course but all that privacy means we can’t see. It’s not that we want to monitor them but it would be lovely to see their lives.