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Generative Ai not labeled and Adobe doesnt care? Additional work or modifications on AI works?

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Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

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There have been Creators that upload pictures which are not labeled as AI. They have even been featured in the top artists. So does Adobe not care, that would be sad. 

 

And additional a question for my own content, I wonder if I have to label it as AI when only the background is generated but infront is a graphic design that i spend hours in photoshop on.

 

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Community Expert , Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

It is a shame that Ai images get through that are not labeled as such. But I suppose it can happen given that a moderators looks at hundreds of images per day and a contributor either mistakenly or intentionally neglects to correctly label an asset. 

 

As for your question, as I understand it, if generative fill or generative fill are used to edit an image, either to remove or improve something, without actually adding anything new, and it is not the predominant subject of the asset, it does not

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Community Expert , Jan 11, 2024 Jan 11, 2024

It is no longer necessary to include "Generative AI" in the titles or keywords; however it is necessary to tick the AI checkbox when submitting assets. This change was made about 6 months ago. If a contributor "forgets" to check the box, an automatic algorithm will mark it as an AI asset, though it sometimes gets it wrong and marks some non-AI illustrations as AI. 

If you use PS Generative Fill to alter a background it's not necessary to declare the asset as AI; however if you add significant el

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It is a shame that Ai images get through that are not labeled as such. But I suppose it can happen given that a moderators looks at hundreds of images per day and a contributor either mistakenly or intentionally neglects to correctly label an asset. 

 

As for your question, as I understand it, if generative fill or generative fill are used to edit an image, either to remove or improve something, without actually adding anything new, and it is not the predominant subject of the asset, it does not need to be labeled as AI. In the case as you describe it, however, it appears you are changing the asset fairly dramatically by generating an entirely new and unique background, and should therefore be labeled as AI. At least in my opinion, without actually seeing the asset in question.

Maybe another contributor has a direct link to an official word on the subject from Adobe, but I'm not aware of one myself.

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Thank you! In my case I design graphics of symbols and diagrams, and the background is AI generated but made very blurry. So I guess its kinda hard to tell, but probably better to label as AI...

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Check here for generative AI guidance: https://helpx.adobe.com/stock/contributor/help/generative-ai-content.html

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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It is no longer necessary to include "Generative AI" in the titles or keywords; however it is necessary to tick the AI checkbox when submitting assets. This change was made about 6 months ago. If a contributor "forgets" to check the box, an automatic algorithm will mark it as an AI asset, though it sometimes gets it wrong and marks some non-AI illustrations as AI. 

If you use PS Generative Fill to alter a background it's not necessary to declare the asset as AI; however if you add significant elements to the frame using AI, you must declare it as AI.

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