I am an instructor for a machine learning course and I need to make a presentation on all the recent architectures or models. I have to include a lot of images from several research papers and need to keep them in public on my website for all the students to study.
To keep the details about the models and architectures, I thought of using diagrams describing the architectures from various research papers available and use them in my tutorial. But after reading about rules and copyright infringements, I concluded that I may not be allowed to use those images directly in my tutorials. Although I can cite the paper that contains the images it will be difficult for students to follow the tutorial if I don't keep images in sequence.
With this context, I'm not doubting whether I can place images like this in tutorials that are intended to keep in public for further use of students.
So as an instructor, do I need to make the images on my own for every architecture and model I am going to discuss? If yes, that would a lot of time.