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« on: October 07, 2022, 19:53 »
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I'm suspecting strongly that some stupid incompetent  AI program is being employed on stockphoto sites to
accept/reject pics.
For example I submitted one video that was rejected because they didn't accept identifiable business logos or icons.
Fine with that except that my video was an animated abstract work that did not have any such thing at all.
I resubmitted it just to see if I would get the same reaction or reason for rejection.
This time it got accepted without any problems. Go figure. I can't.
I've had pics submitted on various sites only to be rejected.
Then I would submit them later on the same sites and have them accepted. Again go figure.
Once I submitted an image showing clearly a doll to one website to have it rejected.
Reason for this? No pic of identifiable person accepted without a model release form.
Since when does a Barbie doll need that in order to have it accepted?
Or does the AI have a problem discriminating the difference between doll and real person?
These type of rejections would be laughable or comical if it wasn't so annoying.
Anybody else have issues like this? I know it can't be just me.
If they are employing real humans instead then I don't know what to say.
Other than such people either have cerebral issues or vision problems.  :(


« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2022, 21:57 »
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I'm suspecting strongly that some stupid incompetent  AI program is being employed on stockphoto sites to
accept/reject pics.
For example I submitted one video that was rejected because they didn't accept identifiable business logos or icons.
Fine with that except that my video was an animated abstract work that did not have any such thing at all.
I resubmitted it just to see if I would get the same reaction or reason for rejection.
This time it got accepted without any problems. Go figure. I can't.
I've had pics submitted on various sites only to be rejected.
Then I would submit them later on the same sites and have them accepted. Again go figure.
Once I submitted an image showing clearly a doll to one website to have it rejected.
Reason for this? No pic of identifiable person accepted without a model release form.
Since when does a Barbie doll need that in order to have it accepted?
Or does the AI have a problem discriminating the difference between doll and real person?
These type of rejections would be laughable or comical if it wasn't so annoying.
Anybody else have issues like this? I know it can't be just me.
If they are employing real humans instead then I don't know what to say.
Other than such people either have cerebral issues or vision problems.  :(

why this knee-jerk assumption of an evil AI that we keep seeing here? if it were an AI you'd get the same results each time

on SS i sometimes get the whole  batch rejected for some reason like noise or 'rasterization' - more likely a lazy reviewer - on resubmit they get accepted

« Reply #2 on: October 08, 2022, 05:22 »
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I'm suspecting strongly that some stupid incompetent  AI program is being employed on stockphoto sites to
accept/reject pics.
For example I submitted one video that was rejected because they didn't accept identifiable business logos or icons.
Fine with that except that my video was an animated abstract work that did not have any such thing at all.
I resubmitted it just to see if I would get the same reaction or reason for rejection.
This time it got accepted without any problems. Go figure. I can't.
I've had pics submitted on various sites only to be rejected.
Then I would submit them later on the same sites and have them accepted. Again go figure.
Once I submitted an image showing clearly a doll to one website to have it rejected.
Reason for this? No pic of identifiable person accepted without a model release form.
Since when does a Barbie doll need that in order to have it accepted?
Or does the AI have a problem discriminating the difference between doll and real person?
These type of rejections would be laughable or comical if it wasn't so annoying.
Anybody else have issues like this? I know it can't be just me.
If they are employing real humans instead then I don't know what to say.
Other than such people either have cerebral issues or vision problems.  :(

A Barbie doll is a recognisable brand and therefore it should be rejected for not having a property release.  You should submit it as illustrative editorial.


 

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