AI developers: Find high-quality images for ML training
Trove builds trusted connections between you and the people who contribute to your projects, creating higher quality data. You can train AI models with images specific to your needs, responsibly sourced through licensing and privacy frameworks.
Trove believes in fair compensation for all parties involved, so Microsoft does not charge fees for data collection.
Create a request to find images for your ML project and communicate directly with photo takers.
Approve or reject submissions based on whether they meet your needs.
Collect images for ML training safely and responsibly under terms that respect submitters’ rights.
Set your own price and only pay for the photos that meet your bar.
“The Trove support team helped us find the right images for our needs. The ability to provide feedback to image submitters helped us get images that were relevant to our project.” ~ Dr. Petros Mina
“We need a large number of pictures, and our internal team struggles to find the right quantity and breadth of categories. Trove connects us to partners all over the world who provide tremendously rich pictures.” ~ Hugo Tsai, Vice President
Evari GIS Consulting
“At Evari GIS, we collect and manage data of infrastructure to help asset owners make critical long-term decisions. We used images collected through Trove to train a computer vision model - the marketplace saved us incredible time and money.” ~ Ari Saak, Founder
“With the help of Trove, our company is now able to create AI capable of identifying objects with 98% accuracy. This is a game changer for us. We've been able to accelerate our development by using this resource that would not have been possible before." ~ Michael Fourhman, CEO of Totality Solutions
Data labeling partners
Responsible data collection is only one component of the responsible AI story. Once you have collected images for ML training, you can use one of our trusted labeling partners to annotate your data.
Labelbox is a ML data platform that enables data science teams to collaboratively annotate, manage, and iterate on training data at scale. Customers can get to production AI faster and reduce their ML development cycles.Visit Labelbox
Alegion provides training data solutions for enterprise-grade machine learning. The platform features support for robust ontologies, data security, workflows, and quality control for projects of any size.Visit Alegion
You will have full visibility to all the projects available, details about who is posting them, and how your images will be used for training AI.
You decide how you want to participate in AI projects and how your photos are used.
You get paid a fair price for your contribution to AI projects.
You can communicate with AI developers throughout the process to stay informed on projects you contributed to.
Trove allows people to contribute their own photos of inanimate objects and non-personal data for computer vision AI projects. Over time, we’d like to expand beyond photos to other AI domains like speech, text, and other types of data.
From the time your project is approved and posted, you should receive responses within a few days. Projects generally receive enough submissions to be completed within 2-3 weeks. This is based on average project completion times from previous developers; your timing may vary depending on your project needs.
Pricing will be determined based on a few different factors, like how difficult it is to provide a photo. To have your project reviewed, please submit your information and the team will get back to you.
We are currently offering a $500 credit for developers to use Trove. Eligibility for the $500 credit depends in part on having an acceptable Trove project and making payments via Trove. Full details on the offer and all eligibility requirements can be found in the official terms.
The exact amount per photo will range depending on the project. While prices are currently fixed, you can work with us to figure out the right prices for future projects by providing feedback through our forum on Reddit.
Developers: Projects can be submitted from any country.
Photo takers: Right now, Trove is only available to photo contributors in the United States. Please fill out this form to let us know where we should expand to next.
When you share a photo on Trove, you license your photo for the purpose specified on a project. You retain rights to the original photo, which means you can license it to other Trove projects or continue to sell the photo elsewhere.
*Start free with a $500 credit towards for your first data collection project, which is roughly 2,500 photos at $0.20/photo. Receiving the credit depends in part on having an acceptable Trove project and making payments via Trove. Full details on the offer and all eligibility requirements can be found in the official terms.