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Getty Images Bans AI-Generated Artwork Because Of Copyright Issues

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Getty Images has banned the sale to public AI generative artwork made using image synthesis models like DALL-E 2 and Stable Diffusion. 

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The Verge spoke to Craig Peters, CEO of Getty Images, to clarify the policy. 

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Peters stated that there are serious concerns about the copyright of these models' outputs 

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And unresolved rights issues regarding imagery, image metadata and the individuals within it.

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Getty's decision follows earlier image synthesis bans by smaller sites in the art community. 

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These sites were overwhelmed with AI-generated artwork that threatened to overtake original artwork.

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Although the ability to copyright AI-generated art has not been proven in court, 

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it is still a question of ethics to use artists' works without their consent. 

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This includes artwork on Getty Images. Getty decided to ban the topic to protect its brand and customers.

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