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Meta is incorrectly marking real photos as ‘Made by AI’

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Multiple photographers are complaining that Meta is wrongly adding its “Made by AI” label to real photos they’ve taken, TechCrunch reports.

Several photographers have shared examples over the past few months, with Meta recently marking a photo former White House photographer Pete Souza took of a basketball game as AI-generated. In another recent example, Meta incorrectly added the label to an Instagram photo of the Kolkata Knight Riders winning the Indian Premier League Cricket tournament. Interestingly, like Souza’s photo, the label only shows up when viewing the images on mobile, not on the web.

Souza says he tried to uncheck the label but was unable to. He theorizes that using Adobe’s cropping tool and flattening images before saving…

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