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How a Ball Bounces: Teaching a Computer Real-World Physics
Adobe Research and collaborators are teaching computers to learn to make predictions about the physics of everyday real-world interactions.
Helping Vloggers Create Better Videos
Adobe Research's intuitive, text-based interface could allow even novice vloggers to quickly create more engaging videos.
Adobe Research Shares Technology Sneaks for Marketers
At this year’s Adobe Summit, Adobe Research took center stage to share demos of future tech offerings for marketers and data analysts.
Research Collaboration Could Help Find Human Trafficking Victims
New research—the result of a collaboration between Adobe Research and university partners—is blazing a promising trail in locating human trafficking victims housed in hotels.
Researcher Spotlight: Niyati Chhaya on How Words Make Us Feel
Adobe Research's Niyati Chhaya helps us understand how emotions are expressed and felt through language in emails, websites, and social media.
Adobe TechSummit 2019 in Photos
The 25th anniversary Adobe TechSummit offered a platform to many Adobe Research scientists and engineers to share their work and vision for the future.
TechSummit: Adobe Explores What’s Next
Adobe's 2019 TechSummit delved deep into the future of technology and helped Adobe staff forge new connections.
New Adobe Video Auto-Tagger Taps into Machine Learning
A cool new Adobe video auto-tagger in Livefyre does the tagging work for you.
Teaching Computers to Read Our Messy Handwriting
AI is opening new doors in the quest to transform handwritten pages into digital documents.
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