Adobe’s new AI lets users type commands to edit images

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Adobe Firefly AI is the latest innovation in artificial intelligence. Discover how this powerful tool can transform your creative process!

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AI-generated content is all the rage lately, and many users are excited to use sites like ChatGPT. Not only has AI made people’s lives significantly easier, it has also eased the burden of creativity. That's not necessarily a good thing, but that doesn't change the fact that it's impressive. AI has not only been useful for generating text, but it has also greatly facilitated the creation of images of all kinds. Just type a prompt to get the image you're looking for in just a few parameters. Even low-quality AI generation sites can produce very impressive results.

What if this AI technology was combined with photo or video editing software? As you can imagine, this would make the process much smoother and much less exhausting than having to do it yourself. This is exactly what Adobe has achieved with its latest software, Firefly generative AI. Currently, the software uses artificial intelligence to allow users to type commands. The software tool then follows the instructions given to it and generates the action accordingly. It's really awesome !

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The AI ​​tool mainly focuses on generating images and various types of texts in the editing software. The demo video (available on YouTube) shows how the tool generates variations of the desired image. The example in the video shows a lighthouse and how the AI ​​tool can generate different versions of the inserted command.

A second example shows the background of an image changing from summer to winter after the “change scene to winter” command has been given. These examples are already very impressive and useful, but wait, that's not all!

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What about ethical concerns related to AI-generated content?

Despite the trend, large AI generation sites such as ChatGPT have also raised many ethical concerns. Many artists have complained that AI software has reproduced their works without attributing authorship to the creators. Of course, this situation is problematic for all parties involved, as it is unethical to plagiarize so blatantly.

The launch of such a software tool therefore raises the question of whether Adobe will set ethical standards for its Firefly feature. The company has already addressed these concerns by stating that it will provide creators with a safe environment that will allow them to protect their work and profit from it.

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Unfortunately, it is not the case. Although the tool is functional and can meet the demands shown in the demo video, it is not yet ready for release. In fact, the company is releasing the Firefly tool first as a private beta, and it can be assumed that this is to detect significant bugs and flaws in the software.

When it comes to ethics, it can also be assumed that it is about ensuring that there will be no plagiarism. Adobe plans to include a label that creators can use to ensure their content isn't used in AI testing if they don't want it to be. However, the company will also strive to allow users to enrich the finalized and trained AI by bringing their own style to it.

Once completed, the software tool will be ported to Experience Cloud, Adobe Express Workflows, Creative Cloud, and Document Cloud.

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  • With the recent popularity of AI-generated content, it makes sense that large companies are jumping on the bandwagon.
  • Adobe just introduced a new AI software tool called Firefly that will streamline users' editing experiences.
  • It will allow users to type a command and let the AI ​​perform the action.

Are you excited about the new Adobe Firefly AI tool?