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Can I name any specific place within my prompt?

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Sep 21, 2023 Sep 21, 2023

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Can I name any specific place within my prompt? Will there be any problem in that case? And if the title also has the name of a specific place, such as Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh, Sylhet, America's White House, India's Taj Mahal, etc.

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Community Expert , Sep 21, 2023 Sep 21, 2023

No, because AI will not generate an actual realistic image of the place in question. It's safe to say that if a potential buyer is searching for an image of the White House, they want an actual photograph, not an AI representation of the White House that would not be correct in terms of exact dimensions, the surrounding landscape, etc. 

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Community Expert , Sep 21, 2023 Sep 21, 2023

You can use place names in your prompt, however don't use them in your titles or keywords for those assets when you upload them unless you're certain that they are identical to the real place, and that the building is not protected by IP. When Buyers search for a building, they don't want one that kinda sorta looks like the real one...

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No, because AI will not generate an actual realistic image of the place in question. It's safe to say that if a potential buyer is searching for an image of the White House, they want an actual photograph, not an AI representation of the White House that would not be correct in terms of exact dimensions, the surrounding landscape, etc. 

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You can use place names in your prompt, however don't use them in your titles or keywords for those assets when you upload them unless you're certain that they are identical to the real place, and that the building is not protected by IP. When Buyers search for a building, they don't want one that kinda sorta looks like the real one...

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You can't mislead the potential buyer. So if you name something, it needs to be that something. You can, however, use as a prompt also the name of something. You should, however, take care that your prompt does not generate a protected item. You can't, as an example, create a generative AI iPhone.

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I think you're better off staying away from specific landmarks and sticking with generic terms.

For example, "minaret of a mosque in the desert."

 

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