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« on: August 17, 2018, 16:04 »
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I havent been active on Dreamstime for a couple of years. But I have uploaded  some photos and illustrations recently. Sometimes a picture will be reviewed immediately and show up in my portfolio. And sometimes one photo show up and the rest have to wait as usual. What is going on here? Have they start using AI to inspect images? 


« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2018, 18:23 »
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Who knows, most agencies won't say. The closest to make a claim of this nature is SS in their SEC filing.  But they don't go into what exactly that AI looks for.  DT, I still wait a week or so. Sometimes if I upload on a weekend, I get reviews approved as fast as I upload them, but not often.  I really would not worry too much about the review process anymore because that, across all of microstock, has gone to hell in a hand basket.  It's quantity based now, not quality.

« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2018, 01:45 »
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I think that a part is AI
And a part is NS*



*Natural Stupidity

« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2018, 14:44 »
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Well. I got a schock when I found a serie of photograps on Shutterstocks page, of a woman who was supposed to dance but in fact she has lost her balance and was starting to fall. It cant be a real person who has reviewed that. Especially not that photo where her underwear showed up. I felt embarrassed on the behalf of Shutterstock.


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« Reply #4 on: August 21, 2018, 09:40 »
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Who knows, most agencies won't say. The closest to make a claim of this nature is SS in their SEC filing.  But they don't go into what exactly that AI looks for.  DT, I still wait a week or so. Sometimes if I upload on a weekend, I get reviews approved as fast as I upload them, but not often.  I really would not worry too much about the review process anymore because that, across all of microstock, has gone to hell in a hand basket.  It's quantity based now, not quality.

Except maybe Adobe and Alamy.

« Reply #5 on: August 21, 2018, 10:12 »
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Who knows, most agencies won't say. The closest to make a claim of this nature is SS in their SEC filing.  But they don't go into what exactly that AI looks for.  DT, I still wait a week or so. Sometimes if I upload on a weekend, I get reviews approved as fast as I upload them, but not often.  I really would not worry too much about the review process anymore because that, across all of microstock, has gone to hell in a hand basket.  It's quantity based now, not quality.

Except maybe Adobe and Alamy.
Alamy is nowhere near as strict these days I'd say


 

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