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Adobe Could Be Training AI With Your Images If You Haven’t Opted Out


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If you’re wondering how AI tools appear to get more powerful overnight, the answers could be right under your nose this whole time. You may have accidentally enabled permissions to help artificial intelligence gain its smarts, or probably opted into these programs by default.

Adobe’s technology just keeps getting more intuitive by the year, and it’s no secret that it can improve this dramatically with the help of user analytics and feedback. What many subscribers are astonished by, however, is the fact that the company automatically collects their images to train its artificial intelligence and machine-learning models.

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