Adobe Is Not Using Your Photos To Train AI

Adobe denies allegations that it has been using photos and videos from its users to train its AI.

Its privacy settings mentions that user permission is sought to access its images and use them.

People have misunderstood the part which says content is used for developing and improving its products and services.

Adobe clarified saying the use of AI offers an improved experience for editing and other tools offered by its products.

 AI-based imaging tools have brought excitement among people but there are concerns.

It is evident that AI requires better control and companies need to list out their policies in detail.

Adobe is assuring users of changes in its policies that will offer clarity on such permissions.

Users will have the freedom to opt-out of such programs if they feel concerned.

AI-based platforms also face copyright infringement allegations because of lack of originality.

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