Hi all, Does anyone know how to filter all AI-generated images out? It's been a REAL nightmare lately. I can generate some images myself. Don't need an expensive stock subscription for this.AdobeStock is turning into a garbage. How is it possible AI-generated imagery is labeled as photography? Any advice?
AI images should be in the illustrations section, not the photography section. And they need to be marked "generative AI" in the title. In addition, they need to have as keywords "ai", "generative" and "generative ai".
To exclude conforming generative AI from your search, use "-ai" as a search term. If you get shown non conforming AI assets, you can report them here, either by posting a link to the asset or by posting the asset id.
Adobe is working on a different solution, to exclude (or include) AI assets from your search. However, for the moment, the workaround is what you need to use.
Thank you for the answer. the problem is there are loads of images that are not only not tagged as AI but also classified as photos. These contributors should be banned from the site. I think there should be an easy way to report these images. Is there any way to do it?
Here is one of many examples:
This person upload only AI generated imagery without tagging them correctly.
Unfortunately, Adobe has not provided any means of reporting such flagrant disregard for their own rules. Nor do they seem to have any systematic way of identifying such non-compliant images.
And it appears that Adobe stopped marking such assets or the contributor accounts! Either there is soon an update to the stock interface, or Adobe is overwhelmed by reports.
I think they're overwhelmed with reports of non-compliant assets. But I don't think they can afford to just ignore the reports from disgruntled Buyers who grow weary of sifting through AI crap to find the images they need...
But I don't think they can afford to just ignore the reports from disgruntled Buyers who grow weary of sifting through AI crap to find the images they need...
Hope Adobe finds that solution soon, because untagged AI is starting to pop up everywhere. Some portfolios are full of it.
I think that currently moderator will check that and refuse is the asset is not OK. The problem are the assets that are now in the database.
New filter option:
Whoo hoo ! Works great, but I was still able to find Generative AI assets in a few of my searches, presumably because they're not properly keyworded or titles.