Adobe Is Creating a Version of Photoshop You Control with Your Voice

Tech January 16, 2017

With Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, and Google Home, it seems all the tech giants are vying for a piece of the voice-activated pie. As such, Adobe it seems wants in as well.

The Creative Cloud-touting software giant wants you to be able to edit photos . . . with your voice. Here are some of the details, courtesy of Creative Bloq:

When it comes to editing pictures are you more of an extrovert? Do you wish you could have a chat with your computer’s photo editing software while you crop images, rotate them and share them over social media? Well, you’re in luck, because that’s exactly what the Adobe Research team is currently exploring with their digital assistant.

Working in a similar way to Siri, Adobe’s voice command tool combines the emerging science of voice interaction with a “deep understanding of both creative workflows and the creative aspirations” of its users.

Seems a little on the odd side to me, but who knows. It may be the next big thing.

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