Saint George School and photos with AI: “We regret that students are publicly exposed” | National

Saint George School and photos with AI: “We regret that students are publicly exposed” | National
Saint George School and photos with AI: “We regret that students are publicly exposed” | National

He Saint George’s School issued a statement to refer to the judicial appeal presented by parents, who denounce that students from the campus created images of naked classmates through artificial intelligence.

In the presentation before the Court of Appeals of Santiago, it is noted that the establishment did not expel those confessedly involved and he only left them conditional. Therefore, they seek to reverse this situation.

Students, using technology called “deepfake”, they put faces of eighth grade and middle school girls on the bodies of naked women. The images were shared, generating ridicule towards them.

In a statement, the school indicated that In March of this year he found out what happened after a meeting with the parents of the affected students.

“After that meeting we activated the protocols, we began an internal investigation process, we provide psychoeducational support to the people involved and we informed the school community about what happened,” they said.

They added that “we deeply regret that this has happened and we understand the pain and the concern of the affected families.”

“We have acted diligently”

But, they said that “we are convinced that we have acted diligently and timelyin accordance with our School Regulations and their protocols, opening listening processes with all those involved and informing families in a timely manner.”

Along with this, they explained that “we have taken various reparatory, sanctioning and training measures to promote a healthy school coexistence, through respectful, supportive and inclusive treatment. To do this, we immediately began joint work between our team and specialist professionals led by psychologists from the Catholic University.”

Finally, they said that they respect the decision to resort to justice, but that “we regret that our students are exposed publiclywhich is why we will not delve into the details of the case, precisely to protect your privacy.”

Look at the statement

Public Statement
In response to press publications and media inquiries, we inform you of the following:

1.- Our School was informed of the existence of images doctored with artificial intelligence and, therefore, false, on March 1 of this year, after a meeting with the parents of the affected students. Once that meeting is over, we activate the protocols, begin an internal investigation process, provide psychoeducational support to the people involved, and inform the school community about what happened.

2.- As a School, we deeply regret that this has happened and we understand the pain and concern of the affected families. We are convinced that we have acted diligently and in a timely manner, in accordance with our School Regulations and its protocols, opening listening processes with all those involved and informing families in a timely manner. Our procedure has always been focused on protecting the people involved, addressing the problem in a systemic and integrated way.

3.- We have taken various reparatory, sanctioning and training measures to promote healthy school coexistence, through respectful, supportive and inclusive treatment. To do this, we immediately began joint work between our team and specialist professionals led by psychologists from the Catholic University, Ana María Arón and Neva Milicic.

4.- We respect the decision of the attorneys to resort to the authorities they deem appropriate; However, we regret that our students are exposed publicly, which is why we will not delve into the details of the case, precisely to protect their privacy.

We continue working, as an educational community, focused on the values ​​that guide our Educational and Institutional Project.

Saint George’s College

 
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