Adobe uses your images to train its AI. It’s a complicated situation
One developer from Krita, who is very sharp-eyed, noticed that Adobe had added them and everyone else to a program called \”content analysis\”. This allows the company to \”analyze your content by using machine learning techniques (e.g. Pattern recognition is used to improve and develop our products and services. They do. They do. It’s not as simple as you think.
Many software programs have a \”share information\” feature that sends data like how frequently you use an app, certain features or why it crashed. It is usually possible to disable this during the installation process, but it’s not always so. Microsoft angered many people when they said that telemetry in Windows 10 was enabled by default.
It’s disgusting, but even worse is to introduce a new method of sharing and then opt-in existing users. Adobe told PetaPixel this content analysis \”isn’t new and has already been in place for over a decade\”. If Adobe was using machine learning to this end and announced it a decade prior, this is quite impressive. This seems unlikely. It is possible that the policy existed but was quietly modified.