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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.
Augmenting Live Videos with Interactive Graphics
An Adobe Research team is exploring how to enhance real-time presentations with interactive graphics to create a powerful new storytelling environment.
Content-Aware Fill for Video Wins Customers’ Hearts—and Broadcasters’ Awards
Content-Aware Fill for Video, created by Adobe Research, empowers editors to automatically remove unwanted objects in their videos in an intuitive way.
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.
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