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Adobe Sensei uses AI to speed things up

Adobe Sensei uses AI to speed things up

Adobe's new artificial intelligence software speeds up your editing for you.

The new Adobe Sensei is able to detect what kind of images, videos or documents you're working on so it can automatically add tags for you or recreate some elements or typefaces found in an image, for example, to make things quicker for you.

Writing on their website, they shared: "Great experiences don't just happen. And nobody knows that better than us. Using our decades of knowledge in creativity, documents, and marketing, Adobe Sensei harnesses trillions of content and data assets - from high-resolution images to customer clicks - all within a unified AI and machine learning framework. From image matching across millions of assets to understanding the meaning and sentiment of documents to finely targeting important audience segments, Adobe Sensei does it all.

"In Creative Cloud, Adobe Sensei anticipates your next move. It re-creates elements in photos where they didn't exist, by studying nearby pixels. It sees type and re-creates fonts for you. It identifies objects in your images and adds searchable words to your photo tags. And it recognizes faces, placing landmarks on eyebrows and lips so you can change expressions with one click. Now tasks that used to take minutes are done in seconds."

Adobe Sensei can also help you get your work to the right people.

They added: "With the explosion of data, it can be tough for marketers to keep up. No worries. Behind the scenes, Adobe Sensei crunches numbers and notifies you when it finds something interesting. Like a new lookalike audience you should approach. Or a specific message that will resonate with a customer. And it also offers predictive modeling, so you can anticipate market changes and make better decisions."

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