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I can't understand "Don't post generative AI content with headlines that imply it depicts..."

Explorer ,
May 05, 2024 May 05, 2024

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Hello.

 

When uploading images to Adobe Stock, a warning appears: "Do not submit generative AI content with headlines that imply it depicts an actual newsworthy event."

 

I don't quite understand what this means. I couldn't understand it from Google, I also read a topic opened by the moderators in this forum on the subject, but I still couldn't understand it.

 

What exactly does this warning mean? Can you explain it by giving concrete examples?

 

For example, I want to ask this: Today, the flood disaster in Brazil was on the world agenda, and I was inspired by this, and I had the artificial intelligence produce an image like the one below, with a prompt like "People experiencing flood disaster."

 

My question is, can I send this (or a similar) image to Adobe Stock for review or not?

 

Thanks for your help.Default_People_experiencing_flood_disaster.jpg

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Community Expert , May 05, 2024 May 05, 2024

Yes, you can submit it, so long as you don't title it or use keywords that would indicate it's from an actual event. For example, "New Orleans Hurricane Aftermath." Keep the title and keywords as generic as your prompt. Never the less, the image will still be rejected. The men are poorly rendered, faces and hands in particular.                             

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Community Expert , May 05, 2024 May 05, 2024

You can submit it, though I think it would be rejected on the basis of quality issues - particularly the hands which are poorly drawn.

 

However, you cannot indicate in your title or keywords that this is at all related to the current flooding in Brazil, because it's not. No reliable news source is going to use an AI image to illustrate such an event anyway.

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Community Expert , May 06, 2024 May 06, 2024

A 37% rejection rate isn't necessarily a reason to close the account; however, you should consistently strive to do better than that. You can do so by zooming in to at least 100% and carefully inspecting your images. If there are minor errors, they can be corrected in Photoshop; but if the errors are significant, delete the image and move on.

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Yes, you can submit it, so long as you don't title it or use keywords that would indicate it's from an actual event. For example, "New Orleans Hurricane Aftermath." Keep the title and keywords as generic as your prompt. Never the less, the image will still be rejected. The men are poorly rendered, faces and hands in particular.                             

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Note the head and hands. 

 

Screenshot 2024-05-05 at 2.15.23 PM.png

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You can submit it, though I think it would be rejected on the basis of quality issues - particularly the hands which are poorly drawn.

 

However, you cannot indicate in your title or keywords that this is at all related to the current flooding in Brazil, because it's not. No reliable news source is going to use an AI image to illustrate such an event anyway.

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It's quite simple: you can't say that it is the real thing. So your flood picture can't get a title like "flood in Brazil" or "flood in Texas" (the houses look more like American houses…). You can use a title like "people walking down a flooded street". 

 

As other pointed out, you should earn a refusal for quality issues.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Yes, as you said, I have trouble with quality issues. I'm not an artist, I don't know anything about drawing, illustration or photography. Coincidentally, I read somewhere that content produced with artificial intelligence is now acceptable on Adobe Stock and similar platforms, so I started this business with the hope that Adobe Stock could be one of the passive income sources for my upcoming retirement.

 

Since I started, 123 of my uploads have been accepted, but 74 have not been accepted (99% due to quality issues).

 

The overall ratio of my rejected images is approximately 37.50%. This scares me, because I find this rate quite high and I am very worried that my Adobe Stock account may be closed after a while because of this rate. (What do you think about this?)

 

Since I'm not an artist, I have no choice but to use artificial intelligence to produce the images. Visual production with artificial intelligence is currently not very successful in my opinion - for example, I ask the artificial intelligence for a realistic drawing, it sends me a drawing of a man with three arms, many mistakes like this.

 

I can guess about some of my rejected images, but I have no idea about the majority.

 

For example, here are the two images I uploaded today and were rejected:

vote_06052024.jpg

I can make a guess about the first one: I think the ambient lighting was insufficient for a voting place, there should have been a place with more light. (Of course, I don't know if these thoughts are right or wrong.)

 

But for example this second one:

jazz_double_bassist_06052024.jpg

 

I don't have a clear idea why this was rejected. There is something unreal about the strings of the double bass, maybe this is the problem, but there are some of my previous images that have such minor errors that have been accepted.

 

Could you please tell me your thoughts?

 

And as a participant who produces images only with artificial intelligence, what do you think I can do to reduce the rejection rate of my posts?

 

I wrote a little longer this time. Thank you again for your help.

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The "Vote" image has incomplete lines, some drawing errors and a very low-res pixelated quality.

The cello image has drawing errors, including malformed hands and eyes, and too few strings on the cello.vote.jpg

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May 07, 2024 May 07, 2024

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Abambo_0-1715102759498.png

 

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A 37% rejection rate isn't necessarily a reason to close the account; however, you should consistently strive to do better than that. You can do so by zooming in to at least 100% and carefully inspecting your images. If there are minor errors, they can be corrected in Photoshop; but if the errors are significant, delete the image and move on.

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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The first image: What is that "feather" or whatever it is on the ballot. It would need to be removed. There are also some items on the back booth that are indescernible as to what they are.

 

The second image: The strings (it's not a "maybe;" its one of the many problems), and the hands are weird. If the idea was that he is plunking the strings, the one hand should be nearer to them.

 

Unless you learn how to use a photo editing program such as Adobe Photoshop, your rejection will continue to be high. Even if you lack skills in all the other areas you mentioned, knowing how to edit images is a must.

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Maybe I don't know how to speak the language that artificial intelligence can understand.

 

I just entered the prompt "A symphony orchestra conductor, close-up, cartoon, high quality" into the artificial intelligence and the result is below:

Default_A_symphony_orchestra_conductor_closeup_cartoon_high_qu_0.jpg

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When it comes to text-to-image AI, artificial intelligence is  a contradition in terms. 🙂 Or maybe a misnomer. Very often, it's artificial stupidity. Your prompt is fine. Your bot is an idiot.

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I used your exact same prompt in Firefly and got much better results, though each of the four examples would require a good deal of editing, especially with the hands. But the results were good enough that re-rendering and re-rendering might eventually have provided usable results with mimimal editing. Hands are always hard enough to deal with even if they are at rest. But having them hold something (a baton, a ballot, the neck of a bass) or perform a given action complicates the matter further. I once tried to make some cupids holding a bow and arrow for example...I finally gave up. 

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Generative AI is not a "make me rich" card in a board game. A lot of the outcome is not correct. 

But you seem to check the wrong issues. The lightning is not the problem, except if it is wrong and does not match the shadows. You should check the box, which is weird, the voting sheet with those random graphics on and the lady's left hand. But more severe are the multiple artefacts that you see, when you look at the asset in full size. The overall quality reminds me more about a clipart from the nineties. 

 

Your bass player has not minor errors. You will need to correct such errors, if you can't correct, do not submit. Look at the strings. Those are very obvious errors. Then check the right hand. Check also the face.

 

Btw: having assets with obvious errors in the portfolio will lead to problems with your account, more than having many refusals. 

 

There is no offical guide on how many refusals you can have, but as long as you do stay under 50%, you are good.

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Btw: having assets with obvious errors in the portfolio will lead to problems with your account, more than having many refusals. 

 


Can you explain this sentence a little?

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An account filled with assets of poor quality can be reviewed and suspended.

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An account filled with assets of poor quality can be reviewed and suspended.


By @Jill_C

What I don't understand about this is how will poor quality content get approval from the review team and be included in my portfolio?

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(Maybe I'm asking very ordinary questions for you, but you know the difficulties of being a novice in any job)

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An account filled with assets of poor quality can be reviewed and suspended.


By @Jill_C

What I don't understand about this is how will poor quality content get approval from the review team and be included in my portfolio?


By @coffeeman_levent

Moderators may accept assets by error. That happened a lot with generative AI. Most of those accounts simply submitted masses of files, without quality consideration.  Even as the moderators check the assets, you are still responsible for your submissions. Moderation is not done to make you a better contributor, but it is done to protect the potential buyer from bad assets.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Adobe uses human moderators, and they are not infallible. We continue to see flawed assets approved and added to the database, though not at the same rate as in the early days of Gen AI. If a Buyer, or someone else complains to Adobe, they may decide to review the account. 

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Btw: having assets with obvious errors in the portfolio will lead to problems with your account, more than having many refusals. 

 


Can you explain this sentence a little?


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If you submit erroneous assets, and there are many assets with obvious errors, and Adobe gets many returns, they will decide that your portfolio does cost more than it is worth. They will terminate your account.

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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Many thanks...

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You're welcome.

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