Business often has a dog-eat-dog reputation, but that is ultimately foolish. Any company depends on others. Not just customers but the intricate web of service and product providers that make operations possible.

A current example is in photography. As Fast Company recently reported, "Adobe marketing materials seemed to suggest it could replace photographers with AI outraged many customers, further igniting an ongoing battle between tech companies and creatives."

The magazine noted that "the trouble began with a page on Adobe's website that touted Photoshop's "generate background" feature. 'Skip the photoshoot,' it read. 'Add or replace a background that matches the lighting, shadows, and perspective of your subject,' all in a few in-software steps." (They have since taken the "skip the photoshoot" wording down.)

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