An anonymous reader quotes the TechCrunch report: Deep fakes, AI-generated pornography, and a thousand other innocent uses—there’s been a lot of news about neural network-generated images. It is logical that people became interested; have my photos been used to train robots? Are my photos in the drawing tutorials? A brand new site tries to give you the answer.

Spawning AI creates drawing tools for artists, and the company just launched Have I Been Trained? which you can use to search a set of 5.8 billion images that have been used to train popular AI art models. When you search the site, you can search for the most accurate matching images based on the LAION-5B training data, which is widely used for AI training search terms. It’s an interesting tool to play with, and it can help to look at the data that AI uses as a basis for its own.

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