Getty Images, one of the world’s largest providers of stock photography, will begin removing images generated byfrom its site and no longer accept submission of .
Popular no longer be allowed on the site, PetaPixel reported., Stable Diffusion and Midjourney will
“We’ve already started removing content, but this will be an ongoing effort from our teams,” Craig Peters,Images CEO, told CNET in an emailed statement Wednesday. “For our creative content library, we require signed model and property releases and biometric releases for entities contained in the imagery and we continue to leverage our content review processes and technologies.”
Peters added that AI content is already “extremely limited” in its library and “there were already significant controls for our editorial offering.”
Shutterstock, another stock photography company, appears to be following in Getty’s footsteps and has begun removing reports.from its site as well, according to
Shutterstock did not immediately respond to a request for comment.