In short: Not for the researched ones.
Matt Cutts, the head of Google spam team, said that Google might discount infographic links in the future and he was talking about the use of widgets and infographics that are poorly researched.
Here’s an excerpt: “They get far off topic, or the fact checking is really poor. “The infographic may be neat, but if the information it’s based on is simply wrong, then it’s misleading people,”
Our infographics are well-researched and provide interesting, accurate, and compelling information, oftentimes proprietary to the owner. Our team spends a lot of time of the research and we comply with all Google rules. Thus we think infographic links will not be discounted.
To be even safer, we always recommend using embed codes that drive people back to the original infographic in order to enable honest sharing, which Google is not against.