In the days when Dall-E and other visualization tools emerged, there was a social issue that the images OpenAI used to train AI to learn paintings came from artists. Using images from the web, it’s like copying their work. This is the first issue…
Second point As visualization technology advances, Adobe, who stands between “artist” and “visualization tool,” cannot stand aside. As the world continues to advance, they have launched an AI to create their own images. It’s called another tool called Adobe Firefly.
Firefly can generate images just like Dall-E, but the functionality is still confusing as to how it can be used. which preliminary It seems to be plugged into popular programs like Photoshop and Premier Pro.
But Adobe hasn’t survived the hype, with people worrying about whether or not Adobe is using Adobe Stock images to train its AI, which might upset artists who sell images on their platform. Yes, but Alexandru Costin, vice president of generative AI and Sensei at Adobe, confirmed to the media that They’re not using Adobe stock images, but where are they from? He didn’t tell me.
Now, the difference between Firefly and other AI Image Generators is that Adobe has options for artistic image formats. Lighting styles, aspect ratios, and other effects added (similar to Canva) instead of typing to tell the AI to Generate the image many times according to the effect we want. This may be his highlight.
Firefly will be available in beta today. The good news is that you don’t need a Creative Cloud membership to get access, but Adobe is also limiting the number of people allowed to access this beta tool, so good luck to those who try it…