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Stability AI

Incidents involved as both Developer and Deployer

Incident 42112 Reports
Stable Diffusion Allegedly Used Artists' Works without Permission for AI Training

2022-11-20

Text-to-image model Stable Diffusion was reportedly using artists' original works without permission for its AI training.

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Incident 4515 Reports
Stable Diffusion's Training Data Contained Copyrighted Images

2022-10-16

Stability AI reportedly scraped copyrighted images by Getty Images to be used as training data for Stable Diffusion model.

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Incident 5293 Reports
Stable Diffusion Exhibited Biases for Prompts Featuring Professions

2022-08-22

Stable Diffusion reportedly posed risks of bias and stereotyping along gender and cultural lines for prompts containing descriptors and professions.

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Incident 3141 Report
Stable Diffusion Abused by 4chan Users to Deepfake Celebrity Porn

2022-08-17

Stable Diffusion, an open-source image generation model by Stability AI, was reportedly leaked on 4chan prior to its release date, and was used by its users to generate pornographic deepfakes of celebrities.

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Incident 3141 Report
Stable Diffusion Abused by 4chan Users to Deepfake Celebrity Porn

2022-08-17

Stable Diffusion, an open-source image generation model by Stability AI, was reportedly leaked on 4chan prior to its release date, and was used by its users to generate pornographic deepfakes of celebrities.

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Incidents involved as Developer

Incident 4235 Reports
Lensa AI's Produced Unintended Sexually Explicit or Suggestive "Magic Avatars" for Women

2022-11-22

Lensa AI's "Magic Avatars" were reportedly generating sexually explicit and sexualized features disproportionately for women and Asian women despite not submitting any sexual content.

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Incident 4625 Reports
AI-Produced Livestream Sitcom Received Temporary Twitch Ban for Transphobic Segment

2023-02-06

The AI-produced, procedural generated sitcom broadcasted as a Twitch livestream "Nothing, Forever" received a temporary ban for featuring a transphobic and homophobic dialogue segment intended as comedy.

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Incident 6894 Reports
Holmen, Wisconsin Man Allegedly Used Stable Diffusion to Create and Then Share Sexually Explicit Images Depicting Minors

2024-03-26

The FBI has arrested Steven Anderegg of Holmen, Wisconsin for having allegedly used Stable Diffusion to generate about 13,000 sexually explicit images of minors, which he then is also alleged to have shared and distributed, including with at least one minor, via Telegram and Instagram. Anderegg was originally apprehended by state police in March, and this case marks one of the first times the FBI has brought charges against someone for having used AI to generate CSAM.

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