Adobe is working on a voice-activated digital assistant that can edit pictures for you /Link
What if Siri could edit your pictures for you? That's essentially the question Adobe Research hopes to answer with a digital assistant for editing photos, a new project that the software company unveiled yesterday.
The video depicts a modified version of one of Adobe's photo apps that features a microphone button, which activates a digital assistant that interacts with the user and helps crop, reframe, and share the picture entirely though voice commands.
The video is a proof of concept for the idea, which Adobe hopes will allow for "image editing either locally through on-device computing or through a cloud-based Natural Language understanding service." While the edits being done are relatively simple, it's easy to imagine how Adobe...
Published on 11 Jan 2017 at 08:47PM