On this post, Abambo said to open threads to discuss AI-generated art assets we find that need to be reported as "bad" due to incorrect fingers, strange distortion, etc.
It was easy to find these error-ful images. But even as AI-generated art "improves" so that it's harder to recognize, the legal and ethical issues included in their making are reason enough to exclude them from Adobe Stock. Even more important, Adobe is a business founded on helping creative humans make art. It should be a stronghold against the wave of artificial art that would seek to replace us, or else the entire brand is a sham.
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I love the family shot of Santa's family. It would make every Stephen-King-like writer happy to get such a creepy family description.
@Contributor1, I fear that the moderators have made poor work here. Even if the assets have been submitted before the new rules, there are obvious errors in some assets. I hope that moderators are now more alert to these errors.
Hello, I agree, the Santa's family photo (548863327) is really bad up close. I've reported that specific asset to the content team for review along with a link to this thread with a note for better AI-Generated art moderation. Thank you for the report and sorry for the problem with the assets.