Omnicom Receives First-Mover Access to Generative AI by Getty Images
14 de noviembre de 2023
Omnicom announced a first-mover collaboration with Getty Images (NYSE: GETY), that will provide it early access to Generative AI by Getty Images. The new tool pairs Getty Images' best in class creative content with the latest AI technology for a commercially safe and legally indemnified generative AI tool.
As part of their Alpha testing program, Omnicom integrated the tool into Omni, Omnicom's open operating system. By combining the tool with Omni's data, agency teams will be able to safely create on-brand content that helps marketers orchestrate better outcomes. They will also be able to bring the tool into client ecosystems and customize it with clients' proprietary data to produce commercially safe images with the clients' unique brand style and language.
"We are honored to be a part of Getty Image's new Generative AI tool, one that will significantly help our people move from ideation to execution in a seamless manner," said Omnicom's EVP, Chief Technology Officer, Paolo Yuvienco. "Getty Images shares our commitment to the responsible use of AI, and that makes their new tool all the more enticing to us, especially given it is built with high quality authentic content. Providing our people and our clients a commercially safe option is a true game changer, and we're eager to harness the tool's capabilities alongside them."
Generative AI by Getty Images launched in September 2023 and is developed on the state‑of‑the‑art Edify model architecture, which is part of NVIDIA Picasso, a foundry for generative AI models for visual design. The tool is trained solely from Getty Images' content with uncapped indemnification for commercial use. With broad protection and usage rights, users can download and license any visual they generate, helping Omnicom teams move from ideas to outcomes faster.
"We are giving brands the freedom to explore Generative AI for internal ideation, alongside the confidence and trust to use content in commercial settings with the same protections as our world-class pre-shot libraries," said Grant Farhall, Chief Product Officer at Getty Images. "We're honored to have worked with Omnicom in our initial testing to refine in ways that meet the ongoing needs of marketers and advertisers."