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Figma temporarily disables AI app UI design tool following accusations

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  • Figma has temporarily disabled its AI-powered Make Design feature following claims that it plagiarized Apple's Weather app.

  • The Make Design feature is built on LLMs as well as Figma's own proprietary design systems. One notable problem associated with this tool was repetitively generating designs that closely resembled the interface of Apple's Weather app, according to developer Andy Allen.

  • Figma's CEO has denied claims that the tool was trained on Figma content, community files, or app designs. He also disclosed that the lack of variety in the designs produced was an internal error and accepted the need for a more comprehensive QA process. 

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