I uploaded around 20 Ai-generated images on my Adobe stock account in April 2023. When I was uploading the AI images I checked the "Adobe Stock AI Images Upload Guidelines". In the guidelines, Adobe mentioned that we must include "Generative AI" in our title and keywords. so I did the same and my all files were approved.
Now again I'm uploading some new AI-generated images and checking the Adobe stock guidelines about AI image uploading. So now Adobe is saying "Don't add 'generative AI' to titles and keywords. The checkbox "Created by using generative AI tools" classifies your image as a generative AI image.
So my question is should I delete my old AI images that I uploaded on Adobe stock with "AI generative" keywords in the title and keywords according to old Adobe stock guidelines or there is no need to worry about that? Will that "Ai Generative" keyword in my title and keywords of old Ai images affect my account in any way or not?
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You do not need to alter or re-upload your previously accepted images that included "Generative AI" in the title and keywords, since you followed the correct procedure at the time.
Guidelines for Generative AI submissions have been constantly evolving, so you should review the procedures on the help pages from time to time, and/or check in here in this forum regularly where news is often posted.
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I think you'll be OK. Given the length of time it takes to review images these days, there are probably a few assets still waiting to be reviewed that used the "old fashioned way" of titleing and keywording assets as required before the new method was implemented.