Leave it to the Japanese to create a smartphone that's smart enough to save us from ourselves.
Japan's Tone Mobile has launched Tone e20, which is the world's first smartphone that prevents users from taking "inappropriate" photos (Nudes) It uses artificial intelligence to prevent users from taking nude photos of themselves or anyone else, the phone is aimed primarily at parents who want to "protect children from predators." It can also "connect" with other devices and notify their owner if the connected phone has clicked an inappropriate photo.
However, the feature is only connected to the smartphone's camera, so it won't stop the user downloading nude photos from the internet. It is priced at $180 and is currently only available in Japan.