Krita warns of Adobe’s artificial intelligence risks with its Creative Cloud
The Krita Foundation recently issued a warning to consumers about the dangers of Adobe’s Creative Cloud regulations.
Adobe is gaining access to users’ data without their knowledge or consent.
Krita is an open-source graphics software that is seen as a great alternative to Photoshop. Recently, the Krita Foundation has warned users about the dangers of Adobe and its Creative Cloud policies.
Adobe has been automatically analyzing user-generated content stored in its Creative Cloud service in order to train artificial intelligence algorithms. This means that users who use Adobe products are automatically giving Adobe access to their data.
The Krita Foundation is concerned about this because it means that Adobe can accumulate high-quality datasets from artists and content creators for AI training without their knowledge or consent. This is a great concern for the privacy of users.
The Krita Foundation is urging users to be aware of these dangers and to make sure that they understand the terms and conditions of Adobe Creative Cloud before using it.
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