Adobe, like all tech companies, is getting into AI. It looks pretty cool, actually.
Adobe Firefly is an upcoming suite of generative AI models with a wide variety of potential uses.
For now, users can sign up for a standalone beta image and stylized text generator, but eventually all tools will be integrated into Adobe’s app.
how they work
Text generators allow users to manipulate text. The demo features letters that appear to be made out of melted chocolate and toasted bread.
Image generators such as DALL-E and Midjourney return images based on text prompts. but:
- The resulting image can be manipulated using other Adobe editing tools. Check out this demo by his UI/UX designer, Jesse Showalter.
- Artists will be able to create variations of their work using AI tools.
Perhaps most importantly…
…Adobe said its tools won’t scrape the web and steal an artist’s style.
An image generator that threatens the artist’s livelihood and can lead to copyright issues. Getty Images has banned AI-generated art for that reason.
Adobe says its models are trained on public domain images, images licensed for training, or images found in the Adobe Stock library.
“Because our models have never seen that brand’s content or trademarks, we can generate high-quality content instead of random brands or third-party IP,” said vice president of Generative AI and Sensei at Adobe. said Alexandru Costin. The Barge.
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