One of AI's first successes was analyzing photos. Adobe is using the technology in deeper ways in Lightroom and Photoshop to ease photo editing drudgery.
Exclusive: Adobe's new camera app will use computational photography methods with an interface that expands beyond the single "take the photo now" button.
Commentary: For photo editing, it's worth upgrading if you can afford it.
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Adobe's AI technology selects regions of your photo so you can make detailed edits faster -- and without needing to open the image in Photoshop.
Zoom in on details and print pictures bigger with Adobe's new AI photo-editing trick.
Adobe also taps into Apple's hardware for accelerating AI.
The Note 20 Ultra's camera made it easy to capture great photos and videos on a remote photography roadtrip.
Super resolution blows up a 12-megapixel smartphone photo into a much larger 48-megapixel shot. It's coming to Lightroom soon, too.
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Also, AI can find similar photos and suggest which shot it thinks is the best, Adobe says at its Max conference.
Digital cameras can store lots of information about where, when and how photos were taken.