Adobe will allow the sale of images created using neural networks on its Adobe Stock platform.

They must be specially marked and conform to the usual rules.

Adobe will allow the sale of images created using neural networks on its Adobe Stock platform. The creators of these artworks will receive the same remuneration as the authors of any other artwork sold on the site.

The company has formulated a set of rules that apply to AI-generated content:.

  • All AI-generated art should be labeled accordingly.
  • The neural network that generates the image should pass all rights to the art to the users.
  • It is forbidden to publish works with real places, famous characters, logos or people.
  • It’s illegal to post art created by an AI as photographs.

Additionally, Adobe does not recommend using neural networks to generate art, which are works that show easily identifiable objects from frames from data sets for training artificial intelligence.

From the perspective of content buyers, buying the rights to images created by AI on Adobe Stock is no different than buying the rights to photographs or art created by human artists.

Adobe Stock is not the first photo store to allow the sale of AI-generated art. So did Shutterstock; its competitor, Getty Images, has banned AI-generated art.