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AI-generated art is a controversial topic, to say the least, as some reject it while others embrace it. Adobe is now on the latter side as it will begin accepting “illustrations made using generative AI” on its Stock platform – with some stipulations.

Looking through the announcement (opens in new tab), it appears Adobe sees this move as the best middle-ground approach. The company understands people have concerns over AI-generated art, but recognizes that technology is going to be used regardless of any ethical concerns. Adobe expects contributors to use AI as a way to “diversity their portfolios, expand their creativity, and increase their earning potential.” Accompanying the adoption, Adobe is updating its Stock contributor guidelines (opens in new tab) around the core belief of providing full transparency to future buyers of AI art.

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