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6 Dec, 2022
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But the pictures must comply with the new platform requirements.

Adobe has announced new rules for publishing AI-generated content on Adobe Stock. Now, authors will be required to tag relevant pictures and add information about the original content — authors, people, places, the style of the artist, and other data. This is necessary so that the potential buyer knows the details about the purchased product.

With the new requirements, the company aims to solve some ethical issues with image generation. Services such as DreamUp and All Time Machine can create paintings based on images from the user, but Dall-E and Stable Diffusion are trained on content from the Internet. Therefore, the Network is discussing whether companies should pay any compensation to the artists on the basis of which new art was created.

"Early generative AI technologies have raised questions about how it should be properly used. Adobe has deeply considered these questions and implemented a new submission policy that we believe will ensure our content uses AI technology responsibly by creators and customers alike," said Sarah Casillas, senior director of content for Adobe Stock wrote in a blog post.

Not all services are ready to sell generated content. In September of this year, Getty Images banned AI-generated images. Getty Images CEO Craig Peters said the company has copyright concerns about such images.