Why is the image "not approved"?
There are two main reasons why a generated image may be rejected:
Offensive language: The prompts used to generate the image may contain certain words or phrases that are automatically banned. In such cases, the image will not be generated and you will see a "Image not approved" message.
Offensive content: Sometimes the prompts may not contain any offensive words, but the generated image itself may have offensive content such as violence, nudity, or other inappropriate imagery. In such cases, the NSFW (not safe for work) filter will prevent the image from being approved. Whether it's text-to-image or image-to-image generation, the generated images will be detected before they are actually displayed, and you will see a message stating that the image is not approved when they contain offensive content.
While AI image recognition technology has advanced significantly in recent years, there is still a possibility that the NSFW filter may make incorrect judgments or errors. In some cases, the NSFW filter may also be overly sensitive to certain types of content, leading to a higher rate of false positives. For instance, the system may incorrectly flag an image as offensive if it contains certain shapes, colors, or textures that are similar to those found in actual offensive imagery.
What offensive words can be automatically banned?
Some examples of words and phrases that may be automatically banned include explicit sexual language, racial slurs, hate speech, and other forms of offensive or discriminatory language.
Additionally, some words that seem harmless may be banned if they are associated with slang or other language that can lead to offensive content.
The list of banned words and phrases will be updated frequently to make sure the AI Image Generator tool remains compliant with evolving community standards and cultural sensitivities.
Does it consume credit when the generated image is not approved?
No, your credits will not be consumed when a generated image is not approved. You will only be charged credits when an image is generated and approved successfully.