Adobe Does Not Use Your Images to Train AI Art Generators


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According to the latest Adobe’s terms of service released earlier this month, amidst a policy concern that opts users into allowing their content to be analyzed by machine learning. According to the reports, Adobe said that they have never used customer data to train generative AI.

The concern arose after a few users misinterpreted a Tweet shared by Krita Foundation (a group building open-source graphics software) as Adobe leverages content created by its clients to train generative AI algorithms and criticized Adobe or opting users into the content analysis by default.

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