Creators need to start tagging videos made with artificial intelligence in the YouTube environment, as a lot of artificial creations have recently been posted on top of human creations. In the future, viewers will see the corresponding labels next to videos on the Youtube platform.

At the moment, it is not entirely clear where the line is drawn, which videos must disclose the use of artificial intelligence. YouTube says the tag must be used for both AI-altered and completely artificial material.

When creators upload content, they have new options in the platform’s app to indicate whether the video is AI-edited or completely artificial. For example, it could be an AI-generated video that realistically depicts an event that never happened or content that shows someone saying or doing something they didn’t actually do.

Additionally, YouTube notes that sensitive topics such as elections, ongoing conflicts, health and more show these AI tags more prominently. Creators who fail to consistently flag AI-powered content will be removed and suspended from the YouTube Partner Program.

YouTube also introduced the ability for its music partners to request the removal of AI-generated music content that mimics an artist’s unique singing or rapping voice.

Source: 9to5Google