Adobe promises artists will be compensated fairly with new generative AI product
Adobe promises to compensate artists fairly for using their work in its new generative AI product, Firefly. The company says it will work directly with artists to figure out how to do this.
Adobe’s president of digital media, David Wadhwani, said that the images being used in Firefly come from the company’s own library and that they are fully licensed. He added that the company is committed to making sure that artists are compensated for revenues generated from Firefly and that more details will be released as the product comes out of beta.
Wadhwani also said that the company is working directly with the artists who contribute to Adobe Stock to figure out how this will work in practice. He said that the company is committed to making sure that artists are compensated fairly and that they have a say in how their work is used.
The launch of Firefly comes at a time when generative AI is becoming increasingly popular. A number of companies, including Google and OpenAI, have released generative AI products that can be used to create everything from images to music. The success of these products has led to concerns about the impact on the creative industries.
Some artists have expressed concerns that generative AI could lead to the loss of jobs in the creative industries. Others have argued that generative AI could be used to create new forms of art that would not be possible without the technology.
It is too early to say what the long-term impact of generative AI will be on the creative industries. However, the launch of Firefly by Adobe is a sign that the company is taking the issue seriously. The company is committed to compensating artists fairly for the use of their work and to working with artists to ensure that their work is used in a way that is respectful of their creative vision.
The success of Firefly will depend on a number of factors, including how well Adobe manages the relationship between the company and the artists who contribute to Adobe Stock. If Adobe can find a way to compensate artists fairly and to ensure that their work is used in a way that is respectful of their creative vision, then Firefly could be a major success.