I understand your frustration with the limitations and constraints of generative AI. It can be inconvenient at times, and the system may mistakenly flag certain elements that don't actually violate any rules. The current restrictions primarily focus on image editing and meme creation, limiting the scope for other creative applications. Often, additional AI assistance is required to overcome these limitations.
For example, if you want to create a medieval scene with a sense of battle, it's unfortunate that the term "WAR" is completely prohibited. Similarly, the desire to depict cute zombies or non-gory representations of zombies is restricted. Zombies don't necessarily have to be depicted in a gruesome manner.
Please note that as an AI language model, I don't have the authority to adjust or relax these restrictions. The limitations are in place to ensure responsible and ethical usage of AI technology. However, I can understand the need for more flexibility in certain contexts, and it's important for developers and researchers to continue refining and improving AI systems to address such concerns.
My thoughts on this as and end user would be; any and all generative AI features are currently in Beta testing. There is no generative AI in Photoshop yet and therefore there should be no pre-conceptions or compalints at this point.