Adobe very quickly responded to the appearance of the editor Luminarai and released its own update for Photoshop in response. The main innovation was tools called Neurofilters (Neural Filters) created on the Sensei Ai platform. Of the eight filters presented, six are still at the beta testing stage, but Adobe decided to take a chance and hurry up so as not to miss their market share.
Neurofilters are designed to create effects in the picture, which initially were not there, but after the application they should look like a natural part of the original image. For example, if we are talking about a photo of a person, he can add a smile, make his face angry or dull. For the convenience of using, neurofilters are presented in the form of sliders – the more you shift the pointer, the brighter and more expressively the applied effect is manifested.
Since neurofilters are based on the work of AI, their assortment is limited only by the imagination of the developers. For example, the possibility of transferring makeup from one face to another, artistic coloring of black and white pictures, removal from the face of glasses and skin defects. Neurofilters are able to change the direction of the person’s gaze in the photo, adjust the scene lighting in the picture and remove the effects of compression of the JPEG format.
All types of retouching using neurofilters reversible, they do not affect the original image. They can be applied both separately and in ready -made or new layers. Adobe clarifies that expectations from the description of the effect may not coincide with the result, but this is normal, because the whole concept is still at the debugging stage. Feedback with developers and constructive criticism will help to quickly optimize a practical novelty.
Source — Adobe