Adobe just released a new AI-powered smartphone camera app that edits photos in seconds, Adobe's CTO explains why

Business Insider | 11/4/2019 | Paayal Zaveri
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Adobe is releasing a new smartphone app called Photoshop camera, that relies on artificial intelligence to edit photos automatically.

Adobe's CTO Abhay Parasnis said the app is powered by AI that Adobe has been able to develop from decades of experience with their flagship Photoshop editing software.

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Parasnis said Adobe saw that hardware for smartphone cameras was getting better every year, but the software was not keeping up.

The app is free and available for limited release today and will be publicly available in early 2020.

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Adobe made its name as the photo editing tool of choice for desktop computers. Now it's banking on the smartphone camera.

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On Monday, Adobe released a new smartphone app called Photoshop (Ps) Camera. The free app uses artificial intelligence to add special effects and enhancements to the range of pictures that people take on their phones everyday, from sunsets to selfies.

Adobe's CTO Abhay Parasnis said Adobe saw that hardware for smartphone cameras was getting better every year, but that the software was not keeping up.

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"We felt that we had some very unique perspective and IP in the camera space that if we could build a dedicated camera app we could deliver directly to the point of capture," Parasnis told Business Insider.

Photoshop camera is a free camera app available for iOS and Android operating systems that allows users to both take photos and edit photos. It has fun filters that are similar to those found on Snapchat and Instagram stories, and lens that allow users to edit photos in a way they'd be able to in Photoshop.

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Parasnis said all of that is powered by AI that Adobe has been able to develop from decades of experience with its flagship Photoshop editing software. The company's AI has been able to learn...
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