A TikToker who went viral using AI to guess what the Kardashians would look like without plastic surgery said he just wanted to share his love of tech

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Kris Jenner with Kourtney, Khloé and Kim Kardashian in 2007. Bruce Gifford/FilmMagic
A group of TikTokers used AI to guess what the Kardashian family would look like without surgery.
The video prompted online hatred against the family, as is often the case with speculative content in this genre.
One of the creators told Insider it was never their intention to encourage judgment.
A TikTok video showing images of the Kardashians reimagined without beauty enhancements blew up, but the negative reaction came as a shock to the creator, who just wanted to spark people's interest in artificial intelligence.
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The clip, which received 3.8 million views, was posted by Keith Lee, a 35-year-old content creator from Sydney, Australia, who co-created an entertainment livestream called "vandahoodlive" on multiple social media platforms, which featured the The show's hosts were able to combine their love of technology with conversations about pop culture.
@vandahoodlive Which Kardashian or Jenner do you think had the greatest transformation? @Rugged Snake #kardashians #kyliejenner #plasticsurgery #vandahoodlive #ai ♬ Original sound - VandahoodLive
On Sept. 17, the live streamers posted a clip from their show on TikTok showing how they used AI software to predict what members of the Kardashian family would look like without plastic surgery.
Lee told Insider he has a great passion for technology and artificial intelligence. He believes the latest developments in the use of AI, from medical advances to celebrity deepfakes, "are about to get really, really wild," and the group thought talking about celebrities was a way get more viewers interested in artificial intelligence intelligence.
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“We started playing with some concepts on the show. Simple things at first, like seeing what celebrity babies would look like," he said, adding, "Then we got the idea of ​​what the Kardashians would look like if they never went down the knife." Could we pull something like this off?”
Lee told insiders the group spent a week researching which surgeries each of the celebrities had publicly stated and running images of them through multiple AI and editing apps -- like DeepFaceLive, Ebsynth and FaceTune -- to get an approximation to create what they would have looked like without these procedures.
Although Lee told Insider the team only made the video for "entertainment purposes" and had no intention of insulting the Kardashians, he said a handful of commenters responded to the video with "strong opinions and a desire to absolutely tear them down."
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Some comments on the video began speculating that some of the celebrities had more work than others, and some people wrote negative remarks. Other users, including some who say they work in the skincare industry, took advantage of the video to add their own speculation about how much cosmetic surgery the celebrities had.
"People were trying to use this video to embarrass them," Lee said, adding, "It wasn't our intention."
Lee told Insider that he wants people to know that his team's AI predictions are "definitely not factual" and are not meant to be used as a basis for speculation and hatred towards the Kardashians.
"Yeah sure, we're playing with the latest technology, but we're not doctors. We're not professionals, and we're not trying to damage anyone's image or anything. I think the internet just needs to relax," he said.
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Representatives from the Kardashian family did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Videos about cosmetic surgery often go viral on TikTok, but there are concerns that they violate a celebrity's privacy
The hashtag #plasticsurgery has more than 15 billion views on TikTok, and creators — some of whom are medical professionals — have built a large following by commenting on and speculating on cosmetic work involving celebrities, who are often publicly scrutinized for their looks.
But the genre is not without criticism. In March, American rapper Doja Cat accused YouTuber Lorry Hill of fabricating "lies" about her in a video in which the YouTuber said she believes the rapper had plastic surgery. Hill then removed the video and said in a written statement on her YouTube channel, "It is never my intention to hurt anyone."
Lorry Hill said she removed the video "without hesitation" and had no intention of "hurting" anyone. Lorry Hill via YouTube and Kevi Mazer/Getty Images
dr Anthony Youn, a practicing plastic surgeon in Detroit who went viral in May for speculating on what cosmetic procedures he thinks Johnny Depp and Amber Heard had previously, told Insider that he's "absolutely opposed to seeing anyone for plastic." condemning surgery he had. ', although such videos often lead to online hatred and rancor against the individuals involved.
Youn also said he believes he can help people avoid unrealistic standards of beauty by exposing cosmetic surgery. "As a society, we've always been interested in whether celebrities have plastic surgery," he said. "We're made to believe they just look as good as natural, so it's refreshing to find out that maybe they're not so natural after all."
dr Muneeb Shah, a dermatologist, told Insider last year that while speculation can be entertaining, people should be careful about jumping to conclusions about a celebrity's personal life. "It's up to us to always be respectful and compassionate towards all people and all bodies."
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