ArtStation, an online portfolio for many artists and designers, has started hiding art created as part of the AI protest.

This is to make the resource more user-friendly.

ArtStation, an online portfolio for many artists and designers, has started hiding art created as part of the AI protest. According to ArtStation representatives, this is done to improve the usability of the platform.

ArtStation believes that the art directed against AI violates the user agreement. The service team did not explain what exactly it was about; The Verge believes that the mass publication of art on the same subject was considered spam.

ArtStation.

We understand the concerns about AI and its impact on the industry. We’re going to talk about some improvements that will give users more control over what they see.

Artists who post their work on ArtStation have been actively posting art to protest against AI after the service refused to ban the publication of works created with neural networks.

And the story of ArtStation is not about banning AI-created art. It was a nightmare on the tape.

ArtStation explained that they are acting as an online portfolio and it does not matter what tool the image author used to create it.

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