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Adobe to Integrate AI into Photoshop amid Fears of Job Losses, Mass Faking of Images

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Adobe is integrating its generative AI product, Firefly, into Photoshop, its flagship image editing software.

A potential response when AI-enhanced Adobe Photoshop is asked for an image of a “long-haired dachshund with long flowing rainbow hair.”

Credit: Adobe Firefly

Software giant Adobe has announced it will integrate generative AI into its widely used Photoshop program, while downplaying fears the move will lead to job losses and mass fakes.

The brand most associated with image editing will incorporate the generative AI product Adobe Firefly, which launched as a beta six weeks ago, creating a tool the company says will become a "co-pilot" to graphic design rather than a replacement for humans.

Using the "generative fill" feature, Photoshop users will be able to add to, expand or remove unwanted items from images using a text prompt similar to those used by Dall-E and Midjourney, such as "long haired dachshund with long flowing rainbow hair."

From The Guardian (U.K.)
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