I installed the latest Beta Version of Photoshop with Generative Fill.
Adobe Photoshop is the editing tool that has been used by professionals for years. Recently, Adobe has incorporated AI technologies into Photoshop to help automate certain tasks and streamline workflows. I am a big supporter of new technology but in this case I feel that moral concerns “rules” if you will on how to use it should have been clearly developed and standardized prior to the release of this technology.
While generative AI in Photoshop is a powerful tool, I have serious concerns associated with this technology. One issue is the potential for the AI to produce biased or inaccurate results, particularly when working with images that contain sensitive or culturally significant content.
Another issue is the potential for generative AI in Photoshop to be used to create deepfakes or other misleading content. Deepfakes are images that have been manipulated to show events or people that did not actually occur, and they can be used to spread disinformation or manipulate public opinion.
Yet another major issue is the database that Adobe is drawing from for content and the potential violation of copyright from the artists who own that content.
To address these concerns, in my opinion Adobe should have first developed a number of safeguards and ethical guidelines for the use of generative AI in Photoshop. These include measures such as transparency in the use of AI, ensuring that AI-generated content is clearly labeled as such, and providing users with tools to detect and address potential biases or inaccuracies in AI-generated content.
Overall, this technology has the potential to be a powerful tool for creative professionals and enthusiasts alike, as long as it is used in an ethical and responsible manner, otherwise it will become DEGENERATIVE AI