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Behind the Tech: Super Resolution in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom

We talked to Michaël Gharbi, Senior Researcher Scientist at Adobe, about how he partnered with product teams to transform his experimental research technology into the Super Resolution feature in Adobe products. Watch the video interview to learn more.

GEM Fellows drive STEM research forward

Every summer, Adobe welcomes GEM Fellows for cutting-edge STEM internships. This year, the seven GEM Fellows who interned with Adobe Research built machine learning models, trained neural networks, dug into natural language processing, and more.

Researcher Spotlight: Deepali Aneja

Deepali Aneja’s work sits at the intersection of computer vision, graphics, and machine learning. At Adobe Research, she’s used machine learning to develop real-time lip sync for animated characters and to create tools for Adobe Illustrator. Learn more about her story!

Turning static documents into tailored experiences for each reader

Nanda Kambhatla, Head of Adobe Research in India, shared about the ways documents will someday come to life for each individual reader—from text that transforms into a video right when you need it, to AI that allows a document to dive deeper into the areas that interest you.

Adobe at SIGGRAPH 2022

Adobe is presenting new work at the ACM SIGGRAPH 2022 conference, the premier academic conference in computer graphics and interactive techniques. Check out the full list of accepted papers, and other contributions by the Adobe authors!

Adobe at NAACL 2022

NAACL 2022, one of the top research conferences in natural language processing, is being held from July 10 to 15, in Seattle. To learn more about Adobe's accepted research papers and other contributions, check out the blog post.

Behind the Tech: Super Resolution in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom

We talked to Michaël Gharbi, Senior Researcher Scientist at Adobe, about how he partnered with product teams to transform his experimental research technology into the Super Resolution feature in Adobe products. Watch the video interview to learn more.

GEM Fellows drive STEM research forward

Every summer, Adobe welcomes GEM Fellows for cutting-edge STEM internships. This year, the seven GEM Fellows who interned with Adobe Research built machine learning models, trained neural networks, dug into natural language processing, and more.

Researcher Spotlight: Deepali Aneja

Deepali Aneja’s work sits at the intersection of computer vision, graphics, and machine learning. At Adobe Research, she’s used machine learning to develop real-time lip sync for animated characters and to create tools for Adobe Illustrator. Learn more about her story!

Turning static documents into tailored experiences for each reader

Nanda Kambhatla, Head of Adobe Research in India, shared about the ways documents will someday come to life for each individual reader—from text that transforms into a video right when you need it, to AI that allows a document to dive deeper into the areas that interest you.

Adobe at SIGGRAPH 2022

Adobe is presenting new work at the ACM SIGGRAPH 2022 conference, the premier academic conference in computer graphics and interactive techniques. Check out the full list of accepted papers, and other contributions by the Adobe authors!

Adobe at NAACL 2022

NAACL 2022, one of the top research conferences in natural language processing, is being held from July 10 to 15, in Seattle. To learn more about Adobe's accepted research papers and other contributions, check out the blog post.

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