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Adobe launches “cr” LOGO to identify AI content

Adobe launches “cr” LOGO to identify AI content

Hayo News
Hayo News
October 13th, 2023
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Adobe is taking the lead in launching a new logo to identify images and content created or edited using artificial intelligence tools.

Adobe has collaborated to develop a solution called Content Credentials , with the participation of many partners including the BBC, Microsoft, Nikon and Truepic.

Adobe uses this solution to add information about the source of an image, video or PDF file to metadata to indicate whether an AI algorithm was used in the creation or editing process of the data file.

Relevant information will be automatically added to Adobe Photoshop and Premiere, and Microsoft plans to provide support in Bing Image Creator.

When an application or browser (implemented using JavaScript) that supports this feature displays content, a LOGO in the form of lowercase letters "cr" will appear in the upper right corner of the image.

After the user clicks on it, a popup appears with information about the image. The files in question can also be uploaded to a special website, where the necessary metadata will be displayed.

Reprinted from IT之家 故渊View Original


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