Knowledge Graphs: Turning Complex Information into Helpful Answers
At Adobe Research, research scientists are exploring new ways of using knowledge graphs to develop new tools to inform and inspire our customers.
New Horizons for Audio Research at Adobe
The Audio Research Group is re-imagining audio technology to empower people to tell their story, without the tools getting in the way.
Adobe Research’s Hailin Jin Reaches 100 US Patents Issued
Hailin Jin's wide breadth of work spans imaging, computer vision, video, font, 3D, and more.
Researcher Spotlight: Sana Malik on Opening the Black Box of Machine Learning
Sana Malik is working to improve people’s lives through more fair and accurate machine learning.
Award-Winning Research Helps AI Systems Understand What They See
Yannick Hold-Geoffroy won a presitigious Canadian dissertation award for his work using deep learning to improve computers' understanding of imagery.
Cracking the Code to Research Interns’ Success
Adobe Research created a special event with an “all-star” roster of engineers and special guests this summer: The Intern Code Quality Workshop.
Neural Networks Easily Fooled by Common Objects Seen from New Angles
New research shows how AI networks often misidentify common objects such as school buses when seen from different perspectives.
Image Forensics: AI Can Detect Facial Manipulations in Photos
Adobe Research is now exploring using new technologies, including AI methods, to identify manipulated imagery and to increase trust and authority in digital media.
PhotoGeode: 3D Faces from 2D Imagery
PhotoGeode, an Adobe Research project spearheaded by TJ Rhodes, reconstructs a 3D model of a person's face using 2D photos.
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