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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.
Researcher Spotlight: Stephen DiVerdi’s Passion for Virtual Reality
Virtual reality researcher Stephen DiVerdi's ideas get put into action in Adobe products: "You help write the code.
With GEM, Adobe Opens Doors for Diverse Graduate Students
As a corporate GEM sponsor, Adobe is supporting the studies and internships of master's and PhD students from underrepresented communities.
Smart Home? Adversarial Machine Learning Could Protect Your Privacy
Adobe Research is collaborating to find new ways to protect our privacy from video-enabled in-home devices.
Adobe Research Publishes 82 Papers at Top Computer Vision and Graphics Conferences in 2018
Adobe authors published 82 research papers at the top computer vision and graphics conferences in 2018.
Adobe Research Shares Future Tech at MAX
At Adobe MAX 2018, Adobe Research scientists showcased a handful of experimental technologies, offering a sneak peek into the future of digital creativity.
Create Unique, Hand-Colored Character Animations
Hand-colored character animations could get a lot easier, thanks to an experimental technology from Adobe Research and collaborators.
Researcher Spotlight: Joy Kim on Connecting Creative People
Joy Kim studies how technology can connect people—and how people can accomplish creative things once they’re linked together.
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