Understanding our AI Training Stock Art license is crucial when using stock art to train AI systems for creating derivative works. Here, we break down the license and its coverage, helping you ensure proper usage and compliance.
What is the AI Training Stock Art License?
The AI Training extension is a special option that must be purchased if you plan to use the stock art to train an artificial intelligence (AI) system, whether it’s for a third-party, open source, for-profit AI software, or for use in apps like Midjourney, Stable Diffusion, and Dall-e. This extension permits you to upload or import the stock art into such software for training purposes.
How to Purchase the AI Training Extension
To purchase the AI Training Extension, simply check the “AI Training” license option on the Buy Now window or via the cart page. This will add the extension to your standard license, covering the use of the stock art in AI training. Note, some designers on our site might not have this license extension enabled for their products.
Employee Usage and Company Responsibility
If you’re a company purchasing the AI Training Extension for your employees, it’s essential to notify them of the terms and conditions of the agreement. As an employer, you are responsible for your employees’ actions when using the stock art under this extension.
Additional License Extensions
Please note that the AI Training Extension only covers the use of stock art in AI training. You will still need to purchase other extensions, such as the “Large Volume Commercial” or “Items for Resale” extensions, as needed for your specific use case.
Questions and Scenarios Not Covered
If you have a specific question or encounter a scenario not covered in this overview, don’t hesitate to contact us for a personalized quote. Our team is here to help you navigate the licensing process and ensure you’re using stock art legally and correctly.
By understanding and adhering to the terms of our license, you can confidently use our stock art in your AI training projects while respecting the intellectual property rights of the creators.