Naughty America Launches Face Recognition Site

Nelson Ayala

SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Naughty America has launched a free facial recognition website designed to show users which of the studio's porn performers look more like them — or the object of their desire — while simultaneously providing links to content featuring said stars.

"It's going to revolutionize how people search porn and site content," Naughty America President Eddie Arenas told The Huffington Post. "Plus, people have fun with it. They'll look up celebrities — like a picture of Kim Kardashian — and their friends. It's a great way to explore our entire library."

Visitors to Naughty America's simply upload their photo to the site and wait for it to email them the five closest matches. Email addresses are not shared with third parties and, according to Arenas, malware and spam are not a threat.   

"We think matching is the future and we stand behind it," Arenas reaffirmed in a company press release. "What we've developed is a system where users can visually show us exactly what they want and then see similar images. For porn, this works a lot better than using keywords."