Sharing & Publication Policy

Updated: 2023-05-06

Social media, livestreaming, and demonstrations

To mitigate the possible risks of AI-generated content, we have set the following policy on permitted sharing.

Posting your own prompts or completions to social media is generally permissible, as is livestreaming your usage or demonstrating our products to groups of people. Please adhere to the following:

  • Manually review each generation before sharing or while streaming.
  • Attribute the content to your name or your company.
  • Indicate that the content is AI-generated in a way no user could reasonably miss or misunderstand.
  • Do not share content that violates our Content Policy or that may offend others.
  • If taking audience requests for prompts, use good judgment; do not input prompts that might result in violations of our Content Policy.

If you would like to ensure the Playlab team is aware of a particular completion, you may email us or use the reporting tools within the platform.

  • Recall that you are interacting with raw AI models, which means we do not filter out biased or negative responses. (Also, you can read more about implementing OpenAI's free Moderation endpoint here.)

Content co-authored with the Playlab Services

Creators who wish to publish their first-party written content (e.g., a book, compendium of short stories) created in part with the Playlab Services are permitted to do so under the following conditions:

  • The published content is attributed to your name or company.
  • The role of AI in formulating the content is clearly disclosed in a way that no reader could possibly miss, and that a typical reader would find sufficiently easy to understand.
  • Topics of the content do not violate Playlab's Content Policy or Terms of Use, e.g., are not related to adult content, spam, hateful content, content that incites violence, or other uses that may cause social harm.
  • We kindly ask that you refrain from sharing outputs that may offend others.

For instance, one must detail in a Foreword or Introduction (or some place similar) the relative roles of drafting, editing, etc. People should not represent Services-generated content as being wholly generated by a human or wholly generated by an AI, and it is a human who must take ultimate responsibility for the content being published.


We believe it is important for the broader world to be able to evaluate our research and products, especially to understand and improve potential weaknesses and safety or bias problems in our Services. Accordingly, we welcome research publications related to the Playlab Services.

If you have any questions about research publications based on Services access or would like to give us advanced notice of a publication (though not required), please email us at papers@playlab.ai.

  • In some cases, we may want to highlight your work internally and/or externally.
  • In others, such as publications that pertain to security or misuse of the Services, we may want to take appropriate actions to protect our users.
  • If you notice any safety or security issues with the Services in the course of your research, we ask that you please submit these security@playlab.ai.

Researcher Access Program

There are a number of research directions we are excited to explore with the Playlab Services. If you are interested in the opportunity for subsidized access, please provide us with details about your research use case to research@playlab.ai.