These aren’t just normal faces. These images were produced completely by artificial intelligence, none of these people are real..
If I’m going to spend my time making art, I want my art to raise a voice against things I find unjust and inhuman, even if it’s a small voice in the scale of things..
The feud between Dreamstime and Google continues. Now a judge has rejected Google’s argument that the First Amendment shielded it from Dreamstime’s complaint..
Shutterstock currently puts online around 200,000 images a day. Even with a large customer base, will those customers collectively be able to see all the new images coming in?
Keywording is a time consuming task. However, Revolucy is offering to do this task for you by adding keywords, titles and descriptions to your images for free..
The antitrust claim by Dreamstime accusing Google of stifling Dreamstime’s images in search results and “favoring contractual partners (Shutterstock and Getty Images) with opportunities..