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Meta Incorrectly Marking Real Photos As ‘Made By AI’

Photographers, including former White House photographer Pete Souza, have reported that Meta added the label to genuine photos they took or edited.

The issue seems to arise from minor edits, such as using Adobe’s cropping tool or generative AI tools to remove small objects.

The company uses industry-standard indicators in collaboration with other companies to identify AI-generated content, but this has led to frustrations among photographers over the accuracy and fairness of these labels.


AI Company Behind ‘BBL Drizzy’ Being Sued

Major record labels, including Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Warner Records, are suing AI companies Suno and Udio for mass copyright infringement.

The lawsuits, filed by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), accuse the companies of using copyrighted music to train their AI models without consent and are seeking damages up to $150,000 per work.

Suno and Udio’s generative AI tools can create songs based on text prompts, leading to viral hits like “BBL Drizzy,” and they claim their technology is transformative and doesn’t memorize pre-existing content.

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Gmail’s AI Sidebar & Summaries Are Rolling Out

Gmail is introducing new AI features through the Gemini sidebar, which can summarize email threads and draft new emails.

Available on the web and mobile apps, these features leverage Google’s Gemini 1.5 Pro model and offer both proactive prompts and the ability to ask freeform questions.

However, these tools are exclusive to paying customers with specific Google Workspace, Gemini, or Google One AI Premium subscriptions.

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