This is an example what I get when I search Illustrations for a phrase:
TLDR: The results are polluted with AI generated content by up to 90%.
Unusable right now.
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Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Adobe Stock asks contributors to tag their content as generative AI & we’re exploring additional labeling and filtering improvements for Stock buyers.
Please just let us filter out generative AI images, or better yet ban them from the site. It can't be that hard to implement if contributors are already tagging AI content - which there's no point in them doing if we can't then use those tags to filter this content out (what is there to explore about doing this?).
These images are completely useless as stock and pollute search results so badly that as the issue rapidly gets worse it is noticeably slowing down my workflow as it gets harder and harder to find anything good, which was the main advantage of paying for adobe stock in the first place over going somewhere free.
They just aren't useful to anybody, and if for some reason somebody actually wants a generative AI image they can just go generate it themselves. It objectively lowers the quality of adobe stock as a service for everyone that they're here.
YES! Absolutely 100% agree - this stuff is over saturated in every way and looks dated already! Unusable and is massively lowering the quality of Adobe Stock…
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I absolutely agree with this. I will not use Ai-generated art and want to be able to exclude it from the search. I'm not happy that Adobe has decided to allow Ai in the stock library. Please add a filter.
Use -ai as a search criteria. This will filter out all conforming AI assets. Also, when you are looking for photos and vectors, filter specifically for those. Generative AI is required to be in the Illustration section.
Sadly that is not a solution.
This is what your suggestion looks like in practise:
Still infested with AI still unusable if you're looking for illustration.
If I search on Envato for Graphics (the equivalent of illustration here) ot a single AI generated content comes up.
AI should not be in illustration or should be able to completely turn them off.
Anyway thanks for trying to come up with a fix.
AI is in illustrations as by Adobe's requirement. All AI that is not in illustrations is in violation of the requirements and should be removed (which means someone would need to report here the asset). All AIs are required to have certain keywords, but not all contributors are adding them. Moderation is improving and sending those assets back to start, but approved assets, especially approved assets before December 6 (the date of the AI requirements announcement) are not getting deleted, except is customers complain.
I know that it is a difficult situation for all users, but except giving tips to exclude conforming assets, we do have little leverage. I, too, would wish Adobe to go through the database and suspend nonconforming accounts until their assets are in conformity. 😞