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Researcher Spotlight: Duygu Ceylan
Duygu Ceylan, a research scientist at Adobe Research in San Jose, works at the cutting edge of 3D.
With Deep Learning, Computers See Images More Like Humans Do
Scientists asked: Can deep learning distinguish subtle differences between images more like humans do? The answer: Yes.
AI Can Generate Realistic Sound for Video Clips
Researchers used neural networks to create realistic sound for videos from scratch.
Researcher Spotlight: Balaji Vasan Srinivasan
Senior research scientist Balaji Vasan Srinivasan was the first external hire at Adobe Research’s Bangalore lab in 2011.
Tap into AI to Improve Video Ads
Can AI help marketers improve video ads, increasing their effectiveness with specific audiences? Adobe Research scientists asked this big question—and have designed a novel technology to answer it.
Adobe Research Papers Featured in Upcoming Conferences
Adobe has achieved a remarkable acceptance rate for research papers at several highly-selective conferences this spring.
Sonic Scape: Visualizing Sound for 360 Video
Sonic Scape helps 360 video editors “see” ambisonic sounds in a video using color particles, enabling a unique style of visual editing of the sound’s origin in space and time.
Puppetron: Your Face as a Stylized Work of Art
If you’ve ever wondered what you might look like as a painting by a famous artist, Puppetron has the answer.
Researcher Spotlight: Jingwan (Cynthia) Lu
Jingwan (Cynthia) Lu, research scientist, is on a quest to develop sophisticated machine-learning-powered tools for creatives.
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