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Adobe Introduces Mind-Blowing ‘Generative AI’ Tech to Revolutionize Photoshop for Web

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Adobe Introduces Mind-Blowing ‘Generative AI’ Tech to Revolutionize Photoshop for Web

Software giant Adobe has announced the release of Photoshop for the web, following more than a year of beta testing. This highly anticipated development marks Adobe’s first program that is “deeply integrated” with artificial intelligence (AI). The web version of Photoshop can be accessed through any browser without the need to download or install the software.

While this new offering is not available for free, it is included as part of all paid Photoshop plans, starting at $9.99 per month. Users can also sign up for a seven-day free trial to test out the features and functionality.

One of the key highlights of Photoshop on the web is its integration with generative AI. This cutting-edge technology has become a buzzword in the tech space, and Adobe has incorporated it into its editing tool by leveraging its own product called Adobe Firefly. With generative AI, Adobe aims to create a tool that acts as a “co-pilot” for graphic design.

The web version of Photoshop comes equipped with AI features like “Generative Fill” and “Generative Expansion.” For instance, users can utilize the “Generative Fill” feature to add, enlarge, or remove unwanted elements from images using text messages similar to those used by Dall-E and Midjourney. Additionally, other features such as the “Contextual Taskbar” suggest relevant steps within your workflow.

These features were initially introduced in the desktop version of Photoshop earlier this year and have now been seamlessly integrated into its web counterpart. Users will also find familiar tools like the patch tool, pen tool, smart object support, and polygonal lasso on Photoshop for the web.

Adobe has focused on optimizing user experience through a redesigned interface for its web version. Over time, AI has gradually been incorporated into various Adobe tools, including background replacement in Photoshop. In recent months though, there has been an accelerated effort by the company to expand AI’s role in image creation and template generation, making photo editing more accessible and efficient.

The decision to introduce generative AI into Photoshop comes at a time when concerns have been raised by artists regarding AI being trained on copyrighted works of art. However, Adobe has made it clear that the integration of AI in Photoshop is meant to assist users rather than replace human creativity.

It is rumored to be, Adobe’s move to include generative AI technology in its widely used Photoshop program is a significant step forward in enhancing image editing capabilities. With this new release, Adobe aims to empower designers and graphic artists with innovative tools while maintaining user-friendly accessibility.

Accordingly, Adobe’s launch of Photoshop for the web with generative AI integration marks an exciting milestone for both the software giant and its users. By incorporating advanced AI features, Adobe strives to provide a more intuitive and powerful graphic design experience. As technology continues to evolve, it will be fascinating to see how AI shapes the future of creative software.

Source: (Indian Express)(


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