INDEPENDENT.CO.UK - Oct 28 - By utilizing AI, Bumble's Private Detector Tool captures images in real time with 98% accuracy in order to detect if a user has been sent content that is inappropriate. The feature was championed by Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder and CEO of Bumble, and Andrey Andreev, founder of MagicLab, which owns dating apps Badoo, Bumble, Lumen and Chappy. Wolfe Herd recently worked with lawmakers in the US state to make the sharing of unsolicited lewd photographs a punishable crime, legislation that came into effect in August. When a Bumble user is sent an image or message that the Private Detector tool has deemed inappropriate, a message appears on their screen to alert them. They are then offered the option to tap to reveal the picture or message in question.