‪‪Adobe System‬‬ plans to use artificial intelligence for editing pictures

‪‪Adobe System ‬‬: The new method can be a good alternative for the ones using the desktop photo-editing software that requires constant precision mousing.

Adobe is looking into the possibility of a voice activated virtual assistant that can edit pictures on user’s commands. The company released a 30-second teaser video that asks ‘What if you had an intelligent assistant for photo editing?’

The conceptual video shows a user using an Adobe mobile app without any technical commands. The AI recognises non-technical commands such as ‘Make it square’ and ‘I don’t like it.’ Users don’t need to say commands like ‘Crop with a 1:1 ratio’ or even ‘Undo.’

‪‪Adobe System

‪‪Adobe System:

While many smartphone users can make do with the swiping and tapping gestures, this new method for editing photos can be a good alternative for the ones using the desktop photo-editing software that requires constant precision mousing.

Adobe is yet to confirm whether this project is close to fruition only that it’s “exploring what an intelligent digital assistant photo editing might look like.” Users will have to wait to see when this technology is incorporated into Adobe apps.

Adobe announced back in November that it was investing in artificial intelligence research to further advance its creative suite of software. Yesterday, the company published a video showing what it’s planning to do with its own AI digital assistant.

‪‪Adobe System

‪‪Adobe System:

The 30-second clip published by Adobe shows a man using what appears to be a modified version of Photoshop Express on an iPad. The app features a microphone button on the top which allows the user to initiate the digital assistant.

In the demo, the user asked Adobe’s digital assistant, which sounds like Siri or Alexa, to crop a photo into a square, flip the photo and flip it back again. Like Google Assistant, the user is able to give out voice commands using conversational, natural language.

The user simply said “no, go back” to flip the photo back to its original state. He also said “I like it” and it prompted the AI to save the edited image. The user then gave out a voice command to post the photo to Facebook.

 

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