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Adobe’s Photoshop Neural Filters use AI to change faces, recolor photos

Thanks to significant machine learning updates, Adobe is calling the new version of Photoshop ‘the world’s most advanced AI application for creatives.’

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Adobe Confirms Faulty Lightroom iOS Update Deletes Users’ Images & Presets

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Adobe’s recent 5.4 update for the Lightroom for iOS app has wiped users’ photos and app presets that were not synced to the Adobe cloud storage service. The issue came to light shortly after the 5.4 update was released when reports began emerging on the Photoshop forums on Monday that users could no longer see their presets […]

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The angst of remote workers is evident in their emoji

Remote workers on Slack are using 80% more emoji since the onset of Covid-19, and choosing more openly affectionate glyphs.

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ProBeat: Adobe’s universal camera app captures the Android-iOS duopoly

Marc Levoy left Google to work on computational photography at Adobe this week. But building a “universal camera app” is not easy in an Android-iOS duopoly.

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