Lensa AI: As the year draws to a close, the topic of artificial intelligence in art has become a hot topic.
Humans have also used artificial intelligence applications to transform themselves.
Lensa AI is one of the new AI selfie apps that are fast-growing.
However, people have warned users and pointed out scary details in the terms and conditions.
Most people have gotten used to registering online without reading the terms and conditions properly.
Lensa AI, an app that lets users create AI-generated selfies of 10 to 20 images, is among the apps with skimmed terms and conditions.
Users who upload their photos will receive over 50 AI-generated selfies in various forms.
However, social media highlighted the terms and conditions, saying the deal allows Lensa AI to distribute and use its footage without compensation.
In addition, downloading user content signifies the user’s acceptance of the company license, which allows the app to use their photos.
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Terms and conditions
Lensa AI’s terms and conditions reads:
“Lensa may allow you to upload, edit, store and share content, including photos and videos.”
“We do not claim ownership over your User Content,” it continues.
“However, in order to provide you with the services (e.g., to make our services accessible to you), we seek a legal permission from you to use your User content.”
“You give us such a permission by means of a Company License.”
Users then have to grant Lensa AI a long-term license so that they can perform the following:
- Create derivative works
If they agree, users will not receive any additional compensation.
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The Lensa AI company license is intended to allow Lensa to operate and improve its current and potential products.
Users who agree lets Lensai’s AI train in the Magic Avatars feature user application.
“The Company License terminates when you delete the User Content from Lensa’s Library or by terminating your account.”
However, Lensa AI’s terms also state that they revoke the license by contacting the company’s email address. (firstname.lastname@example.org).
People are warning others about using new AI selfie app due to scary detail