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Adobe Photoshop Is The First Creative Cloud App To Get Firefly AI Integration
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Adobe Photoshop Is The First Creative Cloud App To Get Firefly AI Integration

by Low Boon ShenMay 25, 2023
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Adobe Photoshop Is The First Creative Cloud App To Get Firefly AI Integration

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Announced two months ago – Adobe’s Firefly AI is making big promises on changing the ways creators work on their projects. Now, the generative AI is landing itself on Photoshop, featuring a new AI-powered Generative Fill feature that adds and removes elements on the image with simple text prompts, which the company claimed as a “world’s first”.

This isn’t the first time Adobe has dipped their toes into AI. In fact, the precursor of Firefly is Adobe Sensei, which already offers some degree of AI-powered features on certain workflows since its inception in 2017, such as Neural Filters in Photoshop, Content Aware Fill in After Effects, Liquid Mode in Acrobat and more. Adobe has noted that Firefly’s initial AI model is trained using publicly available datasets on Adobe Stock images, openly licensed content and public domain content which do not contain copyright limitations (meaning, it’s safe for commercial use).

Adobe Photoshop Is The First Creative Cloud App To Get Firefly AI Integration

The Generative Fill feature works by modifying the image in non-destructive methods from text prompts, so users at any point can reverse the changes made with no impact on the original image. The tool is also available as a new module in Firefly beta for users to try out straight from the web.

Adobe has noted that Generative Fill is now available in the Photoshop beta on desktop versions; rollout is expected to complete in the second half of 2023.

Pokdepinion: Photoshopping is about to get a whole lot easier. Sky is the limit?

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