Features for generative AI are being added by Adobe to Photoshop, After Effects, and Premiere Pro
Adobe’s licenced Stock library will serve as the training picture database at first, but the company is also investigating into letting individual users to include their own portfolios. This should make it possible for photographers who already have distinct aesthetics to duplicate those within the model so that the imagery it produces blends in with the user’s existing theme. When that would occur was not specified by the company.
A similar capability to the original model’s may customise font effects and produce wireframe logos from scanned sketches and doodles. It’s all really cool, but if it were misused, it may force a shockingly large number of digital artists out of employment. That is what Adobe’s Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) aims to avoid.