Resolutions & Standards

The following standards are proposed with the objective of an ethical and safe use of AI content in the future. This list is published by the AI freedom Alliance after thorough discussion and review from small to medium sized business owners and contributors based in the United States.

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Section GAI - Standards for Generative AI

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Standard GAI-1

Adoption Date: 2024-APR-11

Target: Generative AI platforms and tools.

All video, photo and audio content generated or modified using any AI tools must include identifier that defines whether the content file was generated by an AI platform or tool. Upholding the principles of privacy and authenticity, the AIFA Standards aim to make the distinction between original and AI-altered content transparent for users.

Exclusions: Cosmetic-only modifications to media do not need to carry the identifier. (ie. noise/grain reduction, background noise reduction, color grading/overlay effects, image/video sharpening, skin smoothing, non-generative effects)

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Standard GAI-2

Adoption Date: 2024-APR-11

Target: Social media platforms, All Audio / Video players and Visual Display Tools

Any video, photo and audio content that carries the AI identifier and is uploaded to the platform, must be presented to users in the user interface with a visual indicator that informs users that the media file carries an identifier that the media was at least partially built with generative AI.

Exclusions: NONE

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Check back soon! New resolutions are being voted on, and published by our small to medium sized business members.