Back in 2016, Google wowed everyone with an artificial intelligence called Quick, Draw! that can predict what you are drawing—unless that drawing is a penis. That glaring (and presumably intentional) omission was soon rectified by Mozilla, who hired design firm Moniker to create a riff on Quick, Draw! by making an AI that could detect if you were drawing a penis and then chastise you for it.

At the time it was a funny joke that also highlighted the subtle ways big tech companies can police the behavior its users. But the data used to train that AI to recognize crudely-drawn male genitalia, now containing over 25,000 noodle doodles, was made public. So, naturally, someone used those 25,000 dick drawings to teach an AI how to draw penises of its own.

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